vicarage

Part of speech: noun

VICARSHIP.

Part of speech: noun

The benefice, office, or residence of a vicar.

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Usage examples "vicarage":

  1. " I live at the vicarage, with Mr and Mrs Vallance. - "A Pair of Clogs", Amy Walton.
  2. I might, I suppose, go down to my sister Helen at the Somersetshire vicarage where she lives so full a life. - "The Upton Letters", Arthur Christopher Benson.
  3. His mother had been very angry with him, and he had been very angry with his mother for being angry, and he had come away from the vicarage with a bad taste in his mouth and a great defiance in his heart. - "The Princess Priscilla's Fortnight", Elizabeth von Arnim.