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The customary expedient of provincial girls and men in such circumstances is churchgoing.
RETURN OF THE NATIVETHOMAS HARDY
The amiable oddity of the lay reader's demeanour as priest had added a zest to churchgoing.
WHERE THE BLUE BEGINSCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
"We ain't felt we could undertake churchgoing for months, Ida May," the old woman said.
SHEILA OF BIG WRECK COVEJAMES A. COOPER
The Baroness had always been a churchgoing woman, yet she had never united with any church, or subscribed to any creed.
AN AMBITIOUS MANELLA WHEELER WILCOX
It is one of the surprises of the census that ritualism fails to attract the non-churchgoing classes.
A YEAR IN EUROPEWALTER W. MOORE
Churchgoing sometimes fails to bring the female mind into a proper frame.
A PESSIMISTROBERT TIMSOL
Churchgoing, in one sense, the sense in which William Saint regarded it, touched his humour.
THE SOUL OF SUSAN YELLAMHORACE ANNESLEY VACHELL
Churchgoing was, as I have said, no part of his regular life.
LIFE AND LETTERS OF ROBERT BROWNINGMRS. SUTHERLAND ORR
Eva may well say that churchgoing does not seem to make people better.
A CITY SCHOOLGIRLMAY BALDWIN
We must try by our own example to make her see that churchgoing does make us feel better.
A CITY SCHOOLGIRLMAY BALDWIN

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