Deaconry
Deaconry \Dea"con*ry\, n. See {Deaconship}. [1913 Webster]

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  • deaconry — /dee keuhn ree/, n., pl. deaconries. 1. the office of a deacon. 2. deacons collectively. [1425 75; late ME dekenry. See DEACON, RY] * * * …   Universalium

  • deaconry — dea·con·ry || dɪːkÉ™nrɪ n. office or rank of deacon; deacons considered in a collective manner …   English contemporary dictionary

  • deaconry — dea·con·ry …   English syllables

  • deaconry — /ˈdikənri/ (say deekuhnree) noun (plural deaconries) 1. the office of a deacon. 2. deacons collectively …   Australian English dictionary

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