Definition of Churchiest
1. churchy [adj] - See also: churchy
Lexicographical Neighbors of Churchiest
Literary usage of Churchiest
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Foreign Parts by Henry James (1883)
"They are, as one may say, the churchiest churches in Europe—the most worldly, the most familiar, the most personal. There is not a figure that I have read ..."
2. On the Broads by Anna Bowman Dodd (1896)
"... when one of their abbots went up to Norwich to reign as bishop in that " churchiest of towns," he carried the revenue of St. Benet's along with him. ..."
3. Letters from France & Italy by Arthur Guthrie (1909)
"got wandered in Santo Stefano, which is the churchiest corner of the globe. It consists of eight different edifices congregated together ; there are seven ..."
4. The Hayfield Mower and Scythe of Progress (1904)
"They were allowed to speak favorably of the Bible, provided they translated it according to the churchiest code, and they were permitted to criticise the ..."
5. American Journal of Education (1855-1882). (1876)
"Why, as it is, no child can be taught any thing against the parents' wish in the churchiest of Church schools. Or is it that the children may be better ..."