vicar

Part of speech: noun

VICARSHIP.

Part of speech: noun

One who is authorized to perform functions in the stead of another; a parish priest.

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Usage examples "vicar":

  1. " Lidderdale," the Vicar was saying meditatively, " Lidderdale. - "The Altar Steps", Compton MacKenzie.
  2. Bell happened to pass one day when I was talking to the Vicar at my gate. - "Grain and Chaff from an English Manor", Arthur H. Savory.
  3. " Well then- prove it, Sir Vicar General," said Zwingli. - "The Life and Times of Ulric Zwingli", Johann Hottinger.