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a person authorized to conduct religious worship

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To the absolute governments, with their following of parsons, professors, country squires and officials, it served as a welcome scarecrow against the threatening bourgeoisie.
The next day, the whole village of Milford talked of little else than Parson Hooper's black veil.
I am Parson Tringham, the antiquary, of Stagfoot Lane.
When the parson opened it he found a dozen photographs of Mrs.
The parson, a young fellow ambitious of becoming a great preacher, began his sermon and pointed to Marie.
Curly Parsons and another, Pat Monahan, accepted, and, with his customary speed, Daylight paid them their wages in advance and arranged the purchase of the supplies, though he emptied his sack in doing so.
I mean--if you don't stop it--she will marry the parson.
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But that it was not the Church that he scorned or any who were truly good he shows by his picture of the poor parson.
I had been reading a Life of Luther, lent me by our parson, in the intervals between looking round me and being happy.
The squire gave him a good curse at his departure; and then turning to the parson, he cried out, "I smoke it: I smoke it.
He was impatient for my coming out of my chamber, but finding me long, he went downstairs and talked with my landlord about the parson.
Stelling, a parson, down at King's Lorton, there,--an uncommon clever fellow, I understand, as'll put him up to most things.
and that there are, or ought to be, accordin' to what the parson at chapel says.
Shyness barred him from the evening gatherings, and what was going on in that house, with young bloods like Ted Pringle, Albert Parsons, Arthur Brown, and Joe Blossom (to name four of the most assiduous) exercising their fascinations at close range, he did not like to think.