Definition of 'Anglican'
Example sentences containing 'Anglican'
A lot of the townsfolk walked in the funeral procession to the Anglican church at the top of the hill.THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN
The others he had attended, Anglican, City Hall and, in one case, Salvation Army, had lasted only a couple of hours.A BODY SURROUNDED BY WATER
But they carried the coffin to the graveyard of the Anglican church at the top of the hill, to lay her beside her husband, Oliver Miles.THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN
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