parochial[ puh-roh-kee-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF parochial
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PAROCHIAL
He had never met with any entry affecting the parochial clergy.
Patriotism had to be parochial; for men had no country, but only a countryside.
The average incomes of the parochial clergy, meanwhile, were small.
Otherwise, the town's associations are chiefly provincial, not to say parochial.
But I don't think we shall do any good by going into a parochial quarrel.
Is there no weak listening to parochial gossip on the Curate's part?
Similar instructions were sent to parochial schools by the archbishop.
Your parochial conscience was uneasy, I suppose, because I was missing at church?
Every parochial vote was in the hands of the whole body of rate-payers.
The secular clergy is divided into parochial and non-parochial.