- n. 圣所；耶路撒冷的神殿；避难所
a consecrated place where sacred objects are kept
a shelter from danger or hardship
area around the altar of a church for the clergy and choir; often enclosed by a lattice or railing
- The celebrant vested himself in the sanctuary.
- It is a classic sanctuary in which the rationalist fancy may take refuge.
- The chapel became a sanctuary for the refugees.
- His garden was his pride and joy and became a sanctuary for birds.
Shiloh was one of the..most sacred of the Hebrew sanctuaries.出自： H. B. Hackett
Admiring disciples crowded to this sanctuary of the sciences.出自： transf.