Definition of Ordinees
1. ordinee [n] - See also: ordinee
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ordinees
Literary usage of Ordinees
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report of the Proceedings by Church congress (1896)
"They have yielded to the importunity of incumbents and introduced large accessions of young and inexperienced ordinees, only to displace an equal number of ..."
2. A Short Account of the Lives of the Bishops of Calcutta, Gathered from Their by William Crawford Bromehead (1876)
"... and after alluding to the difficulty •which the Bishops at home so much lamented in obtaining duly qualified ordinees, witnessed by the fact that, ..."
3. A Protestant Dictionary: Containing Articles on the History, Doctrines, and by Charles Henry Hamilton Wright, Charles Neil (1904)
"The cope being unblessed, and not given to the ordinees, but worn by laymen, by children, and even by women, often out of doors, was not held to be a ..."