Definition of Parishioner

1. Noun. A member of a parish.

Group relationships: Parish
Generic synonyms: Church Member, Churchgoer



Definition of Parishioner

1. n. One who belongs to, or is connected with, a parish.

Definition of Parishioner

1. Noun. A member of a parish. ¹

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Definition of Parishioner

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Parishioner

paring
paring knife
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parings
paripinnate
paris
parises
parish
parish church
parish house
parish register
parishen
parishens
parishes
parishional
parishioner (current term)
parishioners
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parisite
parisology
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parisons
paristhmic
parisyllabic
parities
paritor
paritors
paritory
parity
parity bit

Literary usage of Parishioner

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1. The Christian Examiner (1851)
"The Good parishioner. A Discourse occasioned by the Death of Benjamin Rich, Esq., delivered in the Church on Church Green, June 8, 1851. ..."

2. The Christian Examiner and Religious Miscellany by Alvan Lamson, Ezra Stiles Gannett, George Putnam, George Edward Ellis (1851)
"The Good parishioner. A Discourse occasioned by the Death of Benjamin Rich, Esq., delivered in the Church on Church Green, June 8, 1851. ..."

3. The Works of Joseph Bellamy, D.D., First Pastor of the Church in Bethlem by Joseph Bellamy, Tryon Edwards (1853)
"parishioner. Sir, I am dissatisfied with a part of your public conduct, and am come to open my mind freely to you, if you will be so kind as to allow me an ..."

4. The Origin and Growth of the English Constitution: An Historical Treatise by Hannis Taylor (1898)
"Being due form, by an institution of local there he is a parishioner, and has a self-government." — Ibid., p. 586. The common right to a voice at every ..."

5. Reports of All the Cases Decided by All the Superior Courts Relating to by Great Britain Magistrates' cases, Edward William Cox (1878)
"The legal meaning of the word "parishioner" is well settled. ... Residence, therefore, is not necessary to make one a parishioner. In Jeffrey's case (5 Rep. ..."

6. The Works of Joseph Bellamy, D.D., First Pastor of the Church in Bethlem by Joseph Bellamy, Tryon Edwards (1853)
"parishioner. Sir, I am dissatisfied with a part of your public conduct, and am come to open my mind freely to you, if you will be so kind as to allow me an ..."

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