archdeacon

[ ahrch-dee-kuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF archdeacon
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We advise you to communicate with the nearest Rural Dean or Archdeacon.

It included Archdeacon Wealthy, who served as its spokesman.

"Pardon me, Mr. Archdeacon, we have nothing to do with that," said the Minister.

"We've been, sir," said the Archdeacon, and then followed an explanation of the Bishop's powerlessness.

I think I've heard that sentiment before somewhere, Mr. Archdeacon.

The Archdeacon was there with his head up, talking loudly to Lady Robert.

As soon as the company were seated the Archdeacon rose and coughed loudly.

"I thought of doing so myself," said the Archdeacon with a meek smile.

It seems the Archdeacon expected it for Golightly, his son-in-law.

There is a story of one of them who had the Archdeacon of the island aboard in a storm.

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