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Edifice

[ED-ə-fəs]

Part of speech: noun

Origin: Latin, 14th century

1.

A building, especially a large, imposing one.

2.

A complex system of beliefs.

Examples of Edifice in a sentence

"The edifice at the center of campus contained the business school classes."

"The first task of the new government was to establish a constitutional edifice."

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