choir loft ExamplesWord Origin noun
- a gallery in a church in which the choir is placed.
Origin of choir loft First recorded in 1925–30 Examples from the Web for choir loft Historical Examples of choir loft
A hushed stirring of feet in the choir-loft indicated that the service was to be accompanied by music.
Under the choir-loft the picture of Abraham Lincoln hung amid the flags and drapery.
Village Life in America 1852-1872
Caroline Cowles Richards
Under the choir-loft and on either side of the organ, rooms were arranged for offices and classes in the Department of Music.
Jesse Lyman Hurlbut
British Dictionary definitions for choir loft choir loft noun
- a gallery in a cathedral, abbey, or church used by the choir