antechapel, an′te-cha-pl, n. the outer part of the west end of a college chapel.
"I will see you stand together—you and your henchman," she said to Rozel, and moved on to the antechapel, the Court following.
It is contained in the antechapel, which adjoins the chapel proper on the west and opens into it.
On the afternoon of the same Sunday she returned to the antechapel and witnessed a play of Plautus.
All of this glass is quite similar to that which he installed in the antechapel of New College at Oxford.
“I will see you stand together—you and your henchman,” she said to Rozel, and moved on to the antechapel, the court following.
The western bay forms the antechapel, from which we pass into the chapel itself through the original oak screen.
We could see in, as we paused in the darkness of the antechapel, outside the screen, while the Coadjutor advanced the door.
The aisles facing her antechapel are constantly filled with a crowd of kneeling votaries.