Censer (noun)

  1. An container for burning incense.
  2. A container in which incense is burned during religious ceremonies.

Origin:

From the latin word cēnsēr, meaning "incense burner".

Examples:

  1. The priest swung the censer to and fro, filling the church with the sweet aroma of incense.
  2. The censer was made of gold and had intricate designs etched on it.
  3. The censer was passed around the congregation so that each person could take a moment to offer a prayer.
  4. The censer was one of the most important objects in the temple, as it was used to purify the air.
  5. The burning incense in the censer created a peaceful ambiance for meditation.
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