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Use "churchwardenship" in a sentence
"Now although I heard so much of this matter, for nothing else was talked of, and it seeming to me more important even than the churchwardenship of Oare, I could not for the life of me tell which side I should take to."
"Perhaps a favourite is an incident shortly before he moved to Wapping, when he ill-advisedly paid sixpence to two choirboys to buy rotten eggs, and throw them at a Protestant candidate for the churchwardenship."
"An epic poem may do all these things, as a statesman may play golf or act as churchwarden: but when he dies it is not his golf or his churchwardenship that we feel the loss of."