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My father may grumble over his beer jugs, but he's a Churchman and a Tantivy for all that.

Neither is it allowable in a Churchman when armed to confess it.

Her father—my wife's, I mean—was about as high a churchman as he could be, and be married.

Such a letter is calculated to shock us in our modern notions of a churchman.

It is by no means clear that we are concerned to study him as a churchman at all.

He took his temperature, rang for his drops, and turned to the Churchman.

The people, admitted so staunch a churchman as Pole, were beginning to hate the priests.

They had a Churchman in the chair, and Priestley was not present.

Witness this testimony found in "The Churchman" for May 2, 1908.

I am a Churchman,—the young man said,—by education and habit.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-13c., from church (n.) + man (n.).

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