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“You love your old parish church, like a faithful old churchwoman,” said Magdalen.
MODERN BROODSCHARLOTTE MARY YONGE
He heard first that Alice had become an emotionally devout churchwoman;—that lasted for a year;—and then, alas!
THE SHADOW OF LIFEANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
The money to build the church was collected by their grand niece, Miss Mary Stark, a devoted churchwoman, who died in 1881.
I understand Mrs Irving is not a churchwoman, and she may be in real need, as the family is in straitened circumstances.
AN AMBITIOUS MANELLA WHEELER WILCOX
I then visited Mrs Arnett, a very earnest churchwoman, but permanently bedridden.
THE CLUB OF QUEER TRADESG. K. CHESTERTON
Rosalind had been a churchwoman (high) for nine months some six years ago, just after planchette and just before flag days.
DANGEROUS AGESROSE MACAULAY
Mrs. Orme was a good churchwoman but not strong, individually, in points of doctrine.
ORLEY FARMANTHONY TROLLOPE
And I am such a stanch churchwoman, and so shocked to hear all this; but you wont do it any more.
SALEM CHAPEL, V.1/2MRS. OLIPHANT
She was a loyal subject of the king and a devoted churchwoman.
To Charity Coe, the devout churchwoman, this picture was appalling.

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