Examples of priory in a Sentence
you can hear the bells from the priory from the other side of the village
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The 800-year-old relic was found on the grounds of the priory in 1921.
The museum is based in a medieval priory founded by the Cluniac order of monks in the 13th century.
At the foot of the cathedral, Hotellerie Saint Yves offers spic-and-span rooms on the site of an old priory (budget, www.maison-st-yves.com).
But the process has been continually delayed, as Trump and congressional Republicans have struggled to push through other top priories such as health care and tax reform.
Priory made one last gasp, closing within 54-50 on a steal and bucket by Reese with 3:22 to play.
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Origin and Etymology of priory
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
PRIORY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of priory for English Language Learners
: a place where a group of monks or nuns live : a religious house that is under the direction of a prior or prioress
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