Entry from British & World English dictionary
A church house provided for a member of the clergy.
- The glebe house is situated near the northern boundary.
- Many of his architectural designs were for glebe houses to accommodate the clergy, others for churches.
- While there he built a glebe house, restored the fabric of the church, and with Thomas Boyce of Bannow House founded Bannow agricultural school on a farm of 40 acres.
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