Recent Examples of vicarage from the Web
Her novels sketch a circumscribed scene whose anchors were the church and the vicarage, and the busy, decent Englishmen and -women (more women) who shuffled between the two.
Ms. Saward was 21 when members of an armed gang broke into the West London vicarage used by her father, an Anglican priest, and her family.
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First Known Use of vicarage
VICARAGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of vicarage for English Language Learners
: a vicar's home
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