Definition of Feast of Tabernacles in English:

Feast of Tabernacles

Pronunciation /fēst əv/ /fist əv/ /ə ˈtabərˌnakəlz/ /ə ˈtæbərˌnækəlz/

See synonyms for Feast of Tabernacles


another name for Succoth
‘This year, Huts and Haystacks falls on the second day of the Jewish festival of Sukkoth, also known as the Feast of Tabernacles - tabernacles being an old word for hut or tent.’
  • ‘The temporary shelters that are built and occupied during the Feast of Tabernacles picture human physical bodies which are ‘constructed’ and ‘lived in’ during our mortal lifetimes.’
  • ‘Will those who refuse to observe the Feast of Tabernacles experience drought and plague?’
  • ‘Jesus and his opponents, ‘the Jews,’ kept trading barbs at the Feast of Tabernacles, a harvest festival.’
  • ‘The people gathered olive branches there for the first Feast of Tabernacles after their return from The Babylonian Exile.’
  • ‘Even the footnotes are gems: number 15 points out that palms were not native to Jerusalem but imported for the Feast of Tabernacles.’