Similar words: comparison, by comparison, in comparison with, arise, Irish, flourish, militarism, arid. Meaning: ['pærɪʃ] n. 1. a local church community 2. the local subdivision of a diocese committed to one pastor.
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1. He is vicar of a large rural parish.
2. He was a warden at the local parish church.
3. You are cordially invited to attend the annual parish meeting.
4. His superiors moved him to another parish.
5. Father Doyle moved to a new parish.
6. She was a regular worshipper at the parish church.
7. The banns were published in their local parish church.
8. Every parish was named after a saint.
9. The parish objected to some of the vicar's reforms.
10. We have some extant parish records from the sixteenth century.
11. He was offered the curacy of St. Katherine's parish church.
12. The parish priest is someone to whom people can turn in difficult times.
13. A memorial service was held yesterday at Wadhurst Parish Church. The Rev Michael Inch officiated.
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14. He became a rector of a small parish where he ministered for several years.
15. Other monks of the house became parish clergy.
16. Dunlop parish had been long-famed for its dairy produce.
17. Council meeting: The parish council met yesterday.
18. The parish was recently founded and aptly named.
19. Or would these moves have made the parish more contentious, poisoned the nurturing atmosphere, and proved ultimately self-defeating?
20. They could exchange gossip about the parish; anything to distract his mind.
21. The parish clergy had to give up their concubines and accept a higher degree of accountability for performance of their duties.
22. The parish boundaries were often indistinct until after the Norman conquest,(sentencedict.com) but there may have been 150 of these by 1066.
23. The priest visited all the old people in the parish.
24. His orthodoxy began to be seriously questioned by his parish priest.
25. The couple later had their marriage blessed in their local parish church.
26. The men who were as willingly pewed in the parish church as their sheep were in night folds.
27. When the latter were realigned or made anew they often met the earlier roads at a sharp angle on the parish boundaries.
28. Those between clergy and musicians often spill over into the parish, and sides will be taken.
29. A small chapel was started in 1730 and the parish library, including the books, was moved to the current location.
30. Another reason for such sharp changes of alignment in otherwise straight enclosure roads is parish boundaries.