Thesaurus / ecclesiastic
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The ecclesiastic, seeing himself supported, no longer kept any bounds.

Does it really follow—as has been taken for granted—that Cesare must have remained an ecclesiastic had Gandia lived?

"You should have come earlier," said the ecclesiastic, coolly.

Who was the bold man who, being neither courtier nor ecclesiastic, made sport for the world out of the weaknesses of caballeros?

He was the third German to become General of his Order, and was an ecclesiastic of great learning and experience.

Or, if the offender was an ecclesiastic, it was applied to whom it lawfully belonged.

I find, in the papers of the ecclesiastic committee, it brings to the abb 50,000 livres.

Ru′ral-dean, an ecclesiastic under the bishop and archdeacon, with the peculiar care of the clergy of a district; Ru′ral-dean′ery.

Yet it is almost certain that Glapion did express what many an earnest Spanish ecclesiastic thoroughly believed.

It has justice, and one ecclesiastic who furnishes instruction.

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