other words for vicarage
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Jimmy, guided by Beth, swept along the village street, charged the short hill to the vicarage gate and pulled up before the door.
An old lady, with little gray curls and a Persian shawl, stood near her carriage; she probably had waited for her at the vicarage.
A lane lies along one side of the church-yard and leads from the street to the vicarage gates.
The Vicarage at Chatton is another of those north-country vicarages in which an old pele-tower forms part of the modern residence.
An impression that had been gathering in Diana's mind ever since she arrived at the Vicarage now shaped itself into definite form.
The Vicarage faced upon the churchyard; and the churchyard was filled—packed—with cattle!
She left the office and walked back quickly up the village, only to run into Mrs. Greenock, at the corner by the vicarage.
Mrs. Ogden returned to the vicarage the next day, and found Mrs. Stanburne in the same condition of extreme exhaustion.
When Betty and Roland reached Stornham, the wicker-work pony chaise from the vicarage stood before the stone entrance steps.
How the waves roll up toward the vicarage that looks out from its hill on the expanse of the Baltic!