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parishioner

Syllabification: par·ish·ion·er
Pronunciation: /pəˈriSH(ə)nər
 
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Definition of parishioner in English:

noun

An inhabitant of a parish, especially one who belongs to or attends a particular church.
Example sentences
  • Therefore, status as a regular parishioner is important in its own right, but it also is an indicator of religious practice generally.
  • Yes, he tells a parishioner, church history was written by the winners.
  • It is a very useful book to introduce pastors and parishioners to the life of Luther.

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