footpace meaning in Bengali

কদম
noun
পদ পদক্ষেপ কদম
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Definition of footpace

noun

a raised section of a floor.

The hay-trusser deposited his basket by the font, went up the nave till he reached the altar-rails, and opening the gate entered the sacrarium, where he seemed to feel a sense of the strangeness for a moment; then he knelt upon the footpace .

walking speed.

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Example of footpace

  • I am indebted to Dot Wordsworth's Spectator column for drawing my attention to the wondrous vocabulary of church furnishings - ‘dossals and paenula-shaped chasubles, footpaces and tables of prothesis’.

  • In some circumstances it may be possible to completely pave paths using individual steps and footpaces .

  • It has the same effect as where the altar is on the same level as the sanctuary sans footpace .

  • Over the footpace of the altar hangs a unique crucifix on which the carved oak corpus leans forward in a spasm of death agony, with its arms grotesquely twisted behind.

  • Set in the footpace before the altar is a memorial containing stones brought from St. John's Chapel at Glastonbury, England, and from St. Columba's Monastery on the Island of Iona in the Scottish Hebrides.

  • The footpace in the sanctuary is three tiered, constructed of red oak inlaid in a beautiful pattern.

  • The Alpsgreen is an Italian marble, and the footpace is formed of a monolith eight feet long, an unusual size.

  • The hay-trusser deposited his basket by the font, went up the nave till he reached the altar-rails, and opening the gate entered the sacrarium, where he seemed to feel a sense of the strangeness for a moment; then he knelt upon the footpace .

  • The three Ministers stand side by side upon the footpace , the Deacon and Subdeacon turning slightly inwards.

  • Three pillows are placed before the footpace so that the Ministers may lie prostrate before the Altar.


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