sodality

[ soh-dal-i-tee, suh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF sodality

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An' Mis' Sykes, she's just crazy to get a-hold o' you an' your house for the Sodality.

In San Francisco there is a sodality for men and one for women.

Why should not a sodality be established in every considerable parish?

The literary and scientific "academies" were recruited only from the Sodality.

Aubrey says: "We now use the word clubbe for a sodality in a taverne."

The Sodality of the Children of Mary was organized in 1862 and has about 250 members.

A voice—in point of fact, the voice of the widow Murray: "But what will the sodality do with the watch?"

Pirkheimer and the monk Chelidonius also belonged to this sodality.

April 25th, sang for the Sodality in the afternoon (Sisters of Mercy).

The sodality of the French Academy kept them together in a certain happy harmony, in spite of their contrast of character.

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