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Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Heart of Music: The Story of the Violin by Anna Alice Chapin (1906)
"Roof on roof, the Gray Friar could count the houses all about; salmon-pink, saffron, ... GRAY FRIAR ..."
2. Mefistofele: Opera in Four Acts by Arrigo Boito (1920)
"I only see a Gray Friar. FAUST. It seems as though He wove nets about us. ... Watch him well ; he is a Gray Friar, And not a specter; he mumbles orisons. ..."
3. The Book of Scottish Ballads: A Comprehensive Collection of the Most by Alexander Whitelaw (1875)
"And bare him to his earth, [And the Gray Friar« «ung the dead man's miss, ... A Gray Friar staid upon the grave, And sang till the morning tide. ..."