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kirkman

[kurk-muh n; Scot. kirk-muh n] /ˈkɜrk mən; Scot. ˈkɪrk mən/
noun, plural kirkmen. Scot. and North England
1.
a member or follower of the Kirk.
2.
a churchman.
Origin of kirkman
1300-1350
1300-50; Middle English; see kirk, -man
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  • Ive only mentioned it to kirkman besides—I wanted his advice—and to Sorbette, to explain that bad headache of yours.

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  • I am sure nobody else in the station could do so well, Mrs. kirkman said.

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  • There is a good story told by kirkman of a time when Macklin was with a company of strollers in Wales.

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  • If only she does not put her trust in her own works, Mrs. kirkman added.

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  • I am Marys friend, said Mrs. kirkman, sweetly; and I am all your friends.

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  • Mrs. kirkman had already made the remark that Mary was not at all dressed.

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British Dictionary definitions for kirkman

kirkman

/ˈkɜːkmən; ˈkɪrk-/
noun (Scot) (pl) -men
1.
a member or strong upholder of the Kirk
2.
a churchman; clergyman
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