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Often used in religious settings, the word 'pulpit' carries a sacred and formal tone. SlideThe congregation fell silent as the bishop approached the pulpit.
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'Pulpit' implies that the speaker is elevated, visible to all attendees for clear communication. SlideAt the pulpit, the pastor's presence was commanding and central.
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Metaphorically represents a position of authority or a stage for public speaking. SlideThe mayor's pulpit today is often in front of cameras.