[ UK /fɹˈa‍ɪ‍əɹi/ ]
[ US /ˈfɹaɪɝi/ ]
  1. a monastery of friars
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How To Use friary In A Sentence

  • The accompanying friary, with 1,010 square metres is being quoted at £950,000.
  • The dinner will be held in a marquee in Friary Gardens, Richmond, with guests dressed in Victorian costume.
  • We have found a marvelous painting of a medieval bishop hanging outside of a friary near Warsaw, some of its back panels being eaten by worms.
  • At fifteen, he became a laybrother at the Dominican Friary at Lima and spent his whole life there — as a barber, farm-laborer, almoner, and infirmarian among other things. St. Martin de Porres, religious
  • St. Mary's Abbey, or Friary, has not been deconsecrated.
  • The former apse, with its rich mosaics and stained-glass windows, was left standing, partly for nostalgic reasons, partly to hide the friary, which would have looked unsightly without it.
  • The friary was a converted landlord's mansion, though ‘mansion’ is a grandiose title for a draughty, rattly building that was cold throughout the winter.
  • The friary is a building of stone turned dark by the city's grime.
  • The development was originally divided into five blocks, but one of those has been removed from the plan to allow for more open space adjacent to the ruins of a friary located at the centre of the site.
  • The Friary boys had turned a two point deficit into an eight point lead in ten devastating minutes.
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