Definition of Interparochial

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interparochial

interpale
interpaled
interpales
interpaling
interpalpebral
interpalpebral zone
interpandemic
interpapillary ridges
interparent
interparietal
interparietal bone
interparietal sulcus
interparietal suture
interparietals
interparish
interparochial (current term)
interparoxysmal
interparticle
interparty
interpatient
interpause
interpauses
interpeak
interpectoral lymph nodes
interpedencular
interpediculate
interpeduncular
interpeduncular cistern

Literary usage of Interparochial

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science by Johns Hopkins University (1908)
"... interparochial courtesy seems to have required the attendance either of the churchwardens or of some other more or less official representatives of the ..."

2. Report of the Proceedings by Church congress (1868)
"This association is intended to carry out what wo think is wanting—that is, interparochial communion and ..."

3. Report of the Annual Meeting (1877)
"... and a multitude of petty administrations with limited views and increased expenses, and continual interparochial conflicts. As an instance of that, ..."

4. The Elizabethan Parish in Its Ecclesiastical and Financial Aspects by Sedley Lynch Ware (1908)
"... interparochial courtesy seems to have required the attendance either of the churchwardens or of some other more or less official representatives of the ..."

5. A History of the English Poor Law: In Connection with the State of the by George Nicholls, Thomas Mackay (1904)
"No single parish dared to relax its efforts in this interparochial warfare, and the private interest of lawyers and officials prevented any general ..."

6. Fabian Essays in Socialism by Bernard Shaw, Fabian Society (Great Britain) (1908)
"Its grasp of the obligations of interparochial morality was none of the surest: of international morality it had no notion. A Frenchman or a Scotchman was a ..."

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