parishioner[ puh-rish-uh-ner ]SEE DEFINITION OF parishioner
Synonyms for parishioner
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PARISHIONER
Some time after, he applied to a parishioner to lend him twenty pounds.
You must remember that my father is a parishioner of Mr. Swancourt's.'
Isn't it our business if he breaks his word with a parishioner of ours?
The utterance stayed in the parishioner's soul, sounding solemnly on.
If a parishioner dying in the small-pox sent to you, would you not go?
He has been telling me how you live up to your duties as neighbor and parishioner.
I said, You must pay exactly the same penalty that you demanded from your parishioner.
After all, I'm a parishioner, and I've a right to enter the church!
Is it strange that the parishioner respects them but little?
He was looking for a little girl, the daughter of a parishioner.