Definition for CENS'ER

CENS'ER, n. [Fr. encensoir; Sp. incensario; It. incensiere. See Incense.]

A vase or pan in which incense is burned. Among the Jews, a kind of chafing-dish, covered by a dome, and suspended by a chain, used to offer perfumes in sacrifices. – Encyc.

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