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Definition of "vicarages" []

  • Plural form of vicarage. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "vicarages" in a sentence
  • "A county town draws the inhabitants of all vicarages, farms, country houses, and wayside cottages, within a radius of ten miles at least, once or twice a week to its streets; and among them, on this occasion, were Ralph Denham and Mary"
  • "Large historic vicarages were much too costly for the Church to maintain, but their sale to the London commuting gentry realised handsome contributions for central funds."
  • "For while many of us may have grown up in vicarages where there seemed to be no money, and while we too heard talk of "dilapidations," the diocesan funds required for the repair of our homes, or were sometimes spoken of in the north of England as "nesh" if we seemed to require more cosseting than a young person should, rather fewer of us experienced the kind of squalor that Sage evokes."