noun (plural rectories)
1A rector’s house.
- I also sought out smaller houses, manors, rectories and cottages that can be visited by the public.
- We created a self-contained house within the rectory, comprising mainly the attic, with steep stairs going through a couple of rooms in the lower floors.
- He died at his brother's house, the rectory at Long Stratton, Norfolk.
Words that rhyme with rectorydirectory, ex-directory, interjectory, refectory, trajectory
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