In countless other great Gothic minsters the same feeling is produced.
I send parcels for the minsters of public instruction, of finances, of agriculture and commerce, of justice and of the marine.
Their Christianity was sad; their minsters sad; there are few sadder, though few grander, buildings than a Norman church.
Indeed most of the great Norman churches come nearer to this type than to that of minsters of a vaster scale.
No doubt, most of these minsters are honest, and are doing what they consider their duty.
Like the minsters of England, Fcamp is more remarkable in its length than in its height.
The English minsters are long, narrow and low in contrast with the greater squareness and height of French contemporary churches.
York Cathedral is one of the largest and grandest of English minsters.
There remained for him still the abbeys and the minsters of the West of England, a subject on which he was ever eloquent.
You did it once before—at the Minsters' dance; not, perhaps, that you deliberately meant to; but you did it.