Definition of 'deanery'
Example sentences containing 'deanery'
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`Since the deanery is a Crown appointment, the person who must receive my resignation is the Prime Minister. ABSOLUTE TRUTHSThere are quite a number of doddery rural rectors or vicars in this deanery, near to Pontywen. GOODBYE CURATE
Trends of 'deanery'
Used Rarely. deanery is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Definition of deanery from the Collins English Dictionary
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