Synonyms for canonry
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CANONRY
His living was in Cornwall, but he added to it a canonry at Bristol.
In 1770 he was promoted from a canonry at Christchurch, to the deanery of Canterbury.
He was 67 years of age, and was appointed to his canonry in 1867.
Accordingly, he retired to Florence, where he held a canonry in the cathedral.
They had discussed the priest's canonry, and the order for the crucifix.
There was an uncle who was Bishop of Grenoble, and a canonry could easily be got for him.
As the head of the canonry of Reichersberg he became an active and rigorous reformer.
Mrs. Gladstone was at the Canonry and made herself very pleasant to everybody.
He was condemned to be publicly whipped, and degraded for two years from the honors and emoluments of his canonry.
About the year 1530 he was relieved from his servitude by obtaining a canonry in the cathedral of Florence.