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Definition of glebe house in English:

noun

historical
A church house provided for a member of the clergy.
Example sentences
  • The church of the union is at Six-mile-bridge, and the glebe-house is in the parish of Bunratty.
  • The glebe-house was built in 1822, by aid of a gift of 450 and a loan of 50 from the former Board.
  • Sheridan Le Fanu was educated privately in Abington glebe house during the disturbances, before entering Trinity College, Dublin, in 1832.

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