Moreover, in these latter days, the home of his heart had been at the deanery.
The garden intervened between them and the deanery, and they could not be heard.
His aged mother, who had lived in the deanery, survived him, dying in 1632.
There's somebody's eyes peering at me over the deanery blinds.
West of the fratry was the prior's lodging (now the deanery).
"He might have wanted me to take a errand round to the deanery," soliloquized he.
What a feather it would be in the Dean's cap if the next Popenjoy were born at the deanery.
But the going and coming were so fixed that the two men met at the deanery.
Swift accepted the deanery of St. Patrick, the best preferment that his friends could venture to give him.
That had been his intention, at least till he saw Lord George at the deanery.