Definition of 'priory'
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The quarter-hour it took Joanna to reach the priory was the most terrifying time of her life. HERE BE DRAGONS (2003)And then she turned, began to walk away from the priory, under the leafy, rustling clouds of autumn oak and dappled elm. HERE BE DRAGONS (2003)
It's been decided luncheon will taste much better in the ruins of the old priory. THE PERFECT LOVER (2003)
Trends of 'priory'
Used Occasionally. priory is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'priory'
British English: priory NOUN
A priory is a place where a small group of monks live and work together.
Definition of priory from the Collins English Dictionary
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