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Pronunciation:

[tʃ_ˈɜː_tʃ], [t͡ʃˈɜːt͡ʃ], [t‍ʃˈɜːt‍ʃ]
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Synonyms for Church:

religious building (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Church:

  1. perch, lurch, search, birch;
  2. research;

Quotes for Church:

  1. I did not compose my work as one might put on a church vestment... rather it sprung from the truly fervent faith of my heart, such as I have felt it since my childhood. Franz Liszt.
  2. Each heartfelt prayer, each Church meeting attended, each worthy friend, each righteous decision, each act of service perfomed all precede that goal of eternal life. Thomas S. Monson.
  3. Vatican II was a force that seized the mind of the Roman Catholic Church and carried it across centuries from the 13th to the 20th. Lance Morrow.

Idioms of Church:

  1. church key;
  2. nearer the church, the farther from God;
  3. be as poor as church mice;

Adjectives for Church:

  • small and loving,
  • im\-possibly huge,
  • little pentecostal,
  • green dogmatic,
  • always visible and apparent,
  • prominent pentecostal,
  • local finnish,
  • grimy baroque,
  • scopal,
  • smaller lower-level,
  • sumptuous jeweled,
  • anti-nazi confessional,
  • hard-core old,
  • rather generous and colorful,
  • rectitudinously tall and sharp,
  • rectitudinously tall,
  • sight—sharply vertical,
  • defunct prophetic,
  • squat, tiny,
  • stodgy brown,
  • heretical western,
  • incorruptible, immaculate,
  • stately medieval,
  • large con\-gregational,
  • con\-gregational,
  • already blasphemous,
  • favorite baroque,
  • extreme dapper,
  • profligate and sinful,
  • belgian evangelical,
  • untrue true,
  • hateful, corrupt,
  • tiny, fundamentalist,
  • distant ramshackle,
  • seemingly tyrannical,
  • temporary on-site,
  • beloved, unheated,
  • pre-revolutionary congregational,
  • cathedral,
  • distinctively brocaded,
  • same congregational,
  • attractive romanesque,
  • austere but magnificent,
  • exquisite and uplifting,
  • magnificent and timeless,
  • massive bland,
  • largely irrelevant and unimportant,
  • dark cinder-block,
  • colossal, inverted,
  • new centenary,
  • absolutely broad,
  • second universal,
  • authoritative supra-national,
  • visible national,
  • powerful rural,
  • naked gaunt,
  • hungarian evangelical,
  • ridiculously squat,
  • denominational local,
  • queerest small,
  • intelligent episcopal,
  • originally certain,
  • visible, political,
  • new and then unfinished,
  • smallest and most ancient,
  • maritime provencal,
  • roomy universal,
  • all-powerful mediæval,
  • well-designed domical,
  • ancient waldensian,
  • royal free,
  • matriarchal, matrilineal,
  • unique and visible,
  • ancient and earlier mediæval,
  • ancient and earlier mediaeval,
  • great caesarean,
  • consistent mediaeval,
  • far-away dutch,
  • inevitable unfinished,
  • eldest liturgical,
  • correct, somber,
  • grand transitional,
  • visible mediaeval,
  • concrete and well-defined,
  • large abbatial,
  • separate romanesque,
  • satisfying, discreet,
  • greatest romanesque,
  • totally reconstructed,
  • previous carolingian,
  • extant romanesque,
  • unfinished commemorative,
  • entirely romanesque,
  • hideous eighteenth-century,
  • beautiful but most unecclesiastical,
  • new ``national,
  • now victorious and corrupt,
  • dominant, unified,
  • large, well-designed,
  • glorious and infallible,
  • majestic, old,
  • tasteless modern,
  • influential episcopal,
  • little bald-faced,
  • vicious and intolerant,
  • always appealing and helpful,
  • always appealing,
  • always clean and ready,
  • specially active and efficient,
  • burdensome irish,
  • professedly high,
  • dim windowless,
  • crusty and high,
  • withered traditional,
  • nonevangelical,
  • saintly celtic,
  • wrong ruddy,
  • episcopal african,
  • evangelical and unrepentant,
  • rather funky,
  • wealthy universal,
  • harmonious and active,
  • romantic, ivy-covered,
  • noble and most venerable,
  • longest mediaeval,
  • newer emotional,
  • primitive episcopal,
  • immense comfortable,
  • large, bizarre,
  • political particular,
  • ferocious inquisitorial,
  • fine-looking gothic,
  • comprehensive british,
  • magnificent and ancient,
  • puritaincal,
  • rigid and puritaincal,
  • palatial orthodox,
  • gothic benedictine,
  • cool cavernous,
  • conventual or cathedral,
  • present abbatial,
  • equally uncommon and interesting,
  • true and most merciful,
  • undefined primitive,
  • daring and diplomatic,
  • wise and universal,
  • always apparent and visible,
  • unfinished and undecorated,
  • rebellious and unfaithful,
  • visible and true,
  • earthly militant,
  • reformer dutch,
  • invisible mystical,
  • general, visible,
  • central congregational,
  • missionary collegiate,
  • quite warm and bright,
  • perfect and most beautiful,
  • principal and archiepiscopal,
  • still foreign and british,
  • indigenous theistic,
  • beautiful and very orthodox,
  • official orthodox,
  • alone extravagant,
  • somewhere far-away,
  • tyrannical, dogmatic,
  • nearest poor,
  • famous or favorite,
  • other stational,
  • infallible undivided,
  • medieval medieval,
  • authoritative and universal,
  • grand but dirty,
  • bare, fortress-like,
  • hospital, votive,
  • aforesaid adorable,
  • bright cathedral,
  • chief funeral,
  • historical and continuous,
  • continuous and historical,
  • rural, rustic,
  • great metropolitical,
  • universal and apostolic,
  • holy universal and apostolic,
  • never stronger or more,
  • finicky fine,
  • dead or depraved,
  • wooden congregational,
  • immaculate and holy armenian,
  • orthodox oriental,
  • armenian patriarchal,
  • cathedral, collegiate or other,
  • wholly open-minded,
  • precious romanesque,
  • languid and torpid,
  • late cathedral,
  • chimerical and impossible,
  • huge, important,
  • orthodox, visible,
  • great but numerically unequal,
  • empirical universal,
  • once collegiate,
  • fortress-like, fifteenth-century,
  • grand abbatial,
  • evangelical bulgarian,
  • old, hump-backed,
  • monarchical episcopal,
  • famous parochial,
  • undivided virgin,
  • voluntary episcopal,
  • ancient, grown-up,
  • older parochial,
  • locally disabled,
  • exceedingly large and prosperous,
  • richest and most majestic,
  • once beautiful and popular,
  • neat episcopal,
  • thy militant,
  • orthodox celtic,
  • heretical and apostatical,
  • weak congregational,
  • dilapidated, deformed,
  • spiritual or invisible,
  • wholly illegitimate and indefensible,
  • cathedral and metropolitical,
  • fine but very inferior,
  • disused collegiate,
  • now cathedral,
  • white-walled native,
  • hideous, red-brick,
  • horribly black and mysterious,
  • efficacious visible,
  • authoritative visible,
  • british memorial,
  • largest cathedral,
  • small but most ornate,
  • low romanesque,
  • decadent contemporary,
  • visible collective,
  • atheist, high,
  • small domical,
  • also polygonal,
  • wimpfen-im-thal,
  • gothic franciscan,
  • pure and spiritually active,
  • biggest episcopal,
  • marvelous memorial,
  • highly infrequent,
  • interesting perpendicular,
  • institutional rural,
  • unique congregational,
  • evangelical waldensian,
  • past torteval,
  • bare dutch,
  • exquisite, small,
  • national burial,
  • notoriously easy and luxurious,
  • spiritless papal,
  • enterprising missionary,
  • ugly red and gray,
  • largest late,
  • infallible and intolerant,
  • dilapidated native,
  • attractive gothic,
  • lower or subterranean,
  • atrociously ill-mannered,
  • dusky, perfumed,
  • apostolical and scriptural,
  • scriptural and apostolical,
  • beautiful and famed,
  • darkling little,
  • magnificent and still cosy,
  • still cosy,
  • original earliest,
  • national or oriental,
  • dominant and loyal,
  • broadest and most sceptical,
  • thankless corinthian,
  • scriptural and orthodox,
  • true, scriptural and orthodox,
  • orthodox, apostolic,
  • pro-cathedral,
  • evangelical gothic,
  • synodal presbyteral,
  • genial and helpful,
  • venerable and most ornate,
  • older timeworn,
  • consolidated buddhist,
  • missionary colonial,
  • queer, ivy-covered,
  • undivided ancient,
  • ancient undivided,
  • ancient and truly apostolical,
  • large and exceedingly rich,
  • best domed,
  • merely accidental and nominal,
  • immense and fine,
  • once monastic,
  • smoky pagan,
  • episcopal centenary,
  • german congregational,
  • gray episcopal,
  • dainty chapel-like,
  • lovely fifteenth-century,
  • cathedral and principal,
  • remarkably interesting and picturesque,
  • brilliant cathedral,
  • great or magnificent,
  • smaller cathedral,
  • singularly unconvincing and cold,
  • massive, romanesque,
  • tiny cathedral,
  • awful unfashionable,
  • active suburban,
  • grey and ample,
  • schismatical or heretical,
  • aristocratic episcopal,
  • tenebrous little,
  • tremendously big and plain,
  • tremendously big,
  • vast tasteless,
  • rival episcopal,
  • poor scriptural,
  • tolerant and merciful,
  • single cathedral,
  • jeweled gothic,
  • oppressively burdensome,
  • oldest cathedral,
  • swedish congregational,
  • venerable rustic,
  • collegiate cathedral,
  • whitened gothic,
  • native waldensian,
  • unfinished modern,
  • out-of-the-way continental,
  • far degenerate,
  • bizarre collegiate,
  • fortress-like old,
  • rude and disordered,
  • once attractive and beautiful,
  • still mighty and all-powerful,
  • grey immemorial,
  • graceful franciscan,
  • dull and very monotonous,
  • utterly blasphemous,
  • smaller and far older,
  • visible universal,
  • interesting armenian,
  • striking fifteenth-century,
  • evangelical primitive,
  • readable and pretty full,
  • prosperous apostolic,
  • orthodox hierarchical,
  • holy infallible,
  • wooden memorial,
  • hideously rococo,
  • under-parochial,
  • prominent and wealthiest,
  • historic red-brick,
  • reconstructed little,
  • primitive and highly interesting,
  • primitive or universal,
  • unusually lofty and spacious,
  • italian episcopal,
  • once cathedral,
  • smaller benedictine,
  • formerly cathedral,
  • exquisite romanesque,
  • darkest, metropolitan,
  • modest romanesque,
  • corrupt or slothful,
  • episcopal institutional,
  • handsome votive,
  • otherwise noble and remarkable,
  • parallel triapsidal,
  • smaller but beautiful,
  • magnificent collegiate,
  • glorious and ample,
  • finnish congregational,
  • nationalistic and separatist,
  • previous romanesque,
  • large and really fine,
  • northern episcopal,
  • new romanesque,
  • historic and apostolic,
  • grand parochial,
  • young loyal,
  • gray, dingy,
  • desolate dilapidated,
  • cathedral or principal,
  • gothic ivy-covered,
  • huge fifteenth-century,
  • church real,
  • nobly arcaded,
  • general and invisible,
  • best institutional,
  • large and stately old,
  • holy universal and orthodox,
  • universal orthodox,
  • weary but stout-hearted,
  • sacred and holy apostolic,
  • free episcopal,
  • ancient self-willed,
  • evangelical dutch,
  • broad-based florid,
  • singularly noble and interesting,
  • beautiful, invisible,
  • apostolic primitive,
  • cathedral or chief,
  • romanesque old,
  • centralized, monarchical,
  • omnipresent mediaeval,
  • noble parochial,
  • genuine middle-age,
  • presbyterian-congregational,
  • noble, romanesque,
  • nearly smart,
  • seventeenth-century swedish,
  • modern tasteless,
  • pretentious gothic,
  • poor cathedral,
  • tiny episcopal,
  • big, glitzy,
  • slow-moving pentecostal,
  • biggest underground,
  • rather repressive,
  • favorite cold-weather,
  • new, pretentious,
  • quaint and oriental,
  • beautiful subterranean,
  • colored congregational,
  • considerably smaller and weaker,
  • queerer, venerable,
  • pure and efficient,
  • white congregational,
  • infallible, miraculous,
  • modern memorial,
  • gloomy cathedral,
  • inconsistent or quarrelsome,
  • cathedral, fine,
  • equally uncommon,
  • conventional and rigid,
  • orthodox armenian,
  • pure and universal,
  • tasteful gothic,
  • false, degenerate,
  • prosperous, influential,
  • humble apostolic,
  • religious, regular,
  • desolate and distressed,
  • low, unpretentious,
  • visible organical,
  • small and unfashionable,
  • cathedral and metropolitan,
  • own congregational,
  • ancient and storied,
  • universal invisible,
  • avaricious and contentious,
  • humiliating and fruitless,
  • older subterranean,
  • original subterranean,
  • so-called syrian,
  • pure episcopal,
  • visible and glorious,
  • short voluntary,
  • great tin-roofed,
  • arched and silent,
  • gigantic and extravagant,
  • handsome congregational,
  • collegiate or other,
  • spacious and silent,
  • systematic and definite,
  • inquisitive or arbitrary,
  • rich collegiate,
  • poor ruinous,
  • worthy memorial,
  • incorporating former,
  • principal cathedral,
  • experimental or fancy,
  • african methodist-episcopal,
  • distinctively anti-slavery,
  • first-class new,
  • much lucrative,
  • bright red-brick,
  • handsome and famous,
  • orthodox bulgarian,
  • native, national,
  • great and cultured,
  • educational and good,
  • possible feasible,
  • great, degraded,
  • pisplykal,
  • apostatical,
  • exclusive or dominant,
  • grand and vast,
  • soundly orthodox,
  • also marvelous,
  • plain, attractive,
  • pure or primitive,
  • evangelical or low,
  • neat, convenient,
  • rural institutional,
  • universal and primitive,
  • invariable white,
  • conspicuous and magnificent,
  • bright lofty,
  • forever separate,
  • strong episcopal,
  • large and well-regulated,
  • degenerate french,
  • earlier central,
  • lofty and broad,
  • small and very plain,
  • finest belgian,
  • purely denominational,
  • more apostolical,
  • british voluntary,
  • old pentecostal,
  • infallible pure,
  • wooden episcopal,
  • dear dilapidated,
  • lone, shabby,
  • beautiful but solemn,
  • narrowly sectarian,
  • complex external,
  • meanwhile broad,
  • vast and most ornate,
  • simple cathedral,
  • little one-time,
  • picturesque domed,
  • singular double,
  • degenerate and lukewarm,
  • single uninjured,
  • dilapidated ancient,
  • similar eastern,
  • ancient perpendicular,
  • stately monastic,
  • rather bare and cold,
  • unconvincing and cold,
  • interesting great,
  • previous wooden,
  • convenient and substantial,
  • small venerable,
  • rude danish,
  • well-known and most respectable,
  • mute, attentive,
  • bright, plain,
  • yon eternal,
  • new benedictine,
  • stately quiet,
  • sometimes renowned,
  • octagonal byzantine,
  • blasphemous and ignorant,
  • primitive secular,
  • majestic perpendicular,
  • explicit and extensive,
  • vigorous and far-reaching,
  • now influential,
  • small and popular,
  • old-fashioned, little,
  • imperishable and immutable,
  • dead or nominal,
  • grotesque rococo,
  • fourth oldest,
  • open and institutional,
  • longest gothic,
  • yellow and ancient,
  • weatherbeaten grey,
  • handsome, well-cared-for,
  • typical romanesque,
  • little windswept,
  • benevolent, white-haired,
  • ancient georgian,
  • radical northern,
  • fine evangelical,
  • beautiful and staunch,
  • larger and quite important,
  • mere collegiate,
  • pendal,
  • tiny and inconspicuous,
  • same low-pitched,
  • lonesome grey,
  • beautiful votive,
  • solemn and antique,
  • coloured and scented,
  • black, ruinous,
  • universal and orthodox,
  • old sonorous,
  • bare walled,
  • ancient, gloomy,
  • comparatively quiet and empty,
  • primitive or apostolic,
  • cold, superb,
  • regular hearty,
  • old fourth-class,
  • curious thirteenth-century,
  • venerable romanesque,
  • international and imperial,
  • regular visible,
  • ancient true,
  • true syrian,
  • oddest old,
  • tional,
  • un-national,
  • shamefully dirty,
  • visible corporate,
  • always apparent,
  • visible, external,
  • pure local,
  • fundamental apostolic,
  • ordinary particular,
  • such presbyterial,
  • new votive,
  • largely nominal,
  • ideal gothic,
  • immense and obscure,
  • inevitable big,
  • old but beautiful,
  • beautiful and very ancient,
  • great pleasant,
  • independent dutch,
  • never stronger,
  • new institutional,
  • wealthy and indolent,
  • bigoted and superstitious,
  • especially separate,
  • greatest and most ancient,
  • many tottering,
  • peaceful and powerful,
  • gorgeous and curious,
  • tiny, picturesque,
  • largest and most gorgeous,
  • red-brick, georgian,
  • general aggressive,
  • wholly illegitimate,
  • ancient and conservative,
  • local and external,
  • strangely secular,
  • well-established universal,
  • austere, empty,
  • spiritually active,
  • coloured congregational,
  • coloured episcopal,
  • historic uninterrupted,
  • great and defective,
  • ever-growing, imperial,
  • ancient metropolitan,
  • superb and ambitious,
  • warm candle-lit,
  • little and rude,
  • formal grecian,
  • national self-governing,
  • grand evangelical,
  • broader, comprehensive,
  • last romanesque,
  • separate and evangelical,
  • indigenous, self-governing,
  • little collegial,
  • young and nascent,
  • large long-established,
  • national or schismatical,
  • militant, rare,
  • militant, dainty,
  • pure and apostolical,
  • domed rococo,
  • transcendental and universal,
  • new german-evangelical,
  • celtic and british,
  • ideal romanesque,
  • naked cathedral,
  • modest ogival,
  • lightest and most cheerful,
  • universal imperial,
  • victorious and pure,
  • small tawdry,
  • invisible european,
  • true and apostolical,
  • same rococo,
  • original evangelical,
  • hessian evangelical,
  • national orthodox,
  • evangelical or low,
  • wise and historic,
  • glorious and spotless,
  • spiritual georgian,
  • inaccessible and gloomy,
  • almost inaccessible and gloomy,
  • gothic collegiate,
  • democratic, apostolic,
  • humble cathedral,
  • particularly grand and gorgeous,
  • suitable cathedral,
  • humble and barbarous,
  • visible and universal,
  • stern and moralistic,
  • distant antique,
  • aesthetic high,
  • jewish and mediaeval,
  • ancient and undivided,
  • colossal new,
  • massive, dusky,
  • long modest,
  • powerful, widespread,
  • venerable cathedral,
  • universal and entire,
  • original cathedral,
  • remarkably appealing,
  • earliest cathedral,
  • new patriarchal,
  • militant, triumphant,
  • long and somewhat dark,
  • tiny byzantine,
  • heretical and adulterous,
  • true and indigenous,
  • proud or zealous,
  • fine bulgarian,
  • false and degenerate,
  • world-wide historic,
  • white episcopal,
  • numerous and exacting,
  • obscure, out-of-the-way,
  • free congregational,
  • evangelical congregational,
  • primitive and medieval,
  • modest gothic,
  • remarkable gothic,
  • universal or abstract,
  • splendid cathedral,
  • grand lofty,
  • older byzantine,
  • oldest congregational,
  • ugly unfinished,
  • integral and independent,
  • strong, unified,
  • distinctive and interesting,
  • largest monastic,
  • ancient apostolic,
  • general evangelical,
  • curious romanesque,
  • strenuous missionary,
  • famous sepulchral,
  • ancient and severe,
  • once pretentious,
  • real visible,
  • evangelical,
  • suitable and comfortable,
  • modern armenian,
  • last maddening,
  • powerful and fanatical,
  • universal and all-powerful,
  • old and unusually curious,
  • apostolic, oriental,
  • primatical,
  • fourth congregational,
  • faithful, whole,
  • apostolic oriental,
  • unattractive, ancient,
  • next gothic,
  • largest parochial,
  • small and very old-fashioned,
  • bulgarian autonomous,
  • cathedral or large,
  • diminutive and tottering,
  • principal episcopal,
  • also picturesque and notable,
  • new methodist-episcopal,
  • also undivided,
  • ornate and monstrous,
  • fashionable episcopal,
  • great and then dominant,
  • romantic ivy-covered,
  • dear national,
  • noble metropolitan,
  • airy, empty,
  • simple, untheological,
  • german italian,
  • schismatical and rebellious,
  • divine, high,
  • monstrous and amazingly irrational,
  • corrupt but splendid,
  • old and steep,
  • old and rather poor,
  • modest but noble,
  • splendid collegiate,
  • magnificent conventual,
  • intricate irish,
  • royal collegiate,
  • present patriarchal,
  • ancient abbatial,
  • powerful and aristocratic,
  • fine collegiate,
  • secular collegiate,
  • once metropolitan,
  • grand collegiate,
  • wicked but weak,
  • unusually curious,
  • small but very interesting,
  • grey perpendicular,
  • principal or apostolic,
  • whole militant,
  • gaunt unfinished,
  • magnificent romanesque,
  • curious polygonal,
  • large medieval,
  • large byzantine,
  • venerable monastic,
  • venerable oriental,
  • early polish,
  • anonymous high,
  • picturesque and emotional,
  • twelfth congregational,
  • hollow and hypocritical,
  • present episcopal,
  • vividly white,
  • practical and complete,
  • modern episcopal,
  • cathedral and parochial,
  • small and very poor,
  • fine domed,
  • small and very ancient,
  • also picturesque,
  • interesting gothic,
  • pre-medieval,
  • new elegant,
  • colored episcopal,
  • grey, dusty,
  • fine transitional,
  • impoverished and pugnacious,
  • collegiate or conventual,
  • ancient large,
  • supposedly distinctive,
  • already peaceful and triumphant,
  • already peaceful,
  • popular, nonhierarchical,
  • famous collegiate,
  • visible authoritative,
  • present congregational,
  • once prosperous and wealthy,
  • white, pious,
  • powerful medieval,
  • enormous and impressive,
  • elder jewish,
  • collegiate or cathedral,
  • nonhierarchical,
  • independent bulgarian,
  • little romanesque,
  • national armenian,
  • faithful jewish,
  • whole corinthian,
  • main queer,
  • entire evangelical,
  • socialist and revolutionary,
  • little candle-lit,
  • dusty, ancient,
  • present parochial,
  • simple gothic,
  • true episcopal,
  • pure apostolic,
  • own metropolitan,
  • dark, hushed,
  • aggressive missionary,
  • primitive irish,
  • strikingly large and handsome,
  • marvelous and majestic,
  • spanish parochial,
  • gothic evangelical,
  • noble collegiate,
  • visible ministerial,
  • monastical and cathedral,
  • antique romanesque,
  • strong memorial,
  • strikingly large,
  • large, yellow-brown,
  • past snow-covered,
  • dim and splendid,
  • small and ugly little,
  • evangelical armenian,
  • single denominational,
  • tri-apsidal,
  • largest congregational,
  • national evangelical,
  • universal pagan,
  • orthodox buddhist,
  • holy universal,
  • interesting romanesque,
  • liberal congregational,
  • bulky, armored,
  • orthodox congregational,
  • parochial,
  • methodist-episcopal,
  • tiny ancient,
  • dim cathedral,
  • present cathedral,
  • lonely mediaeval,
  • plainer little,
  • metropolitan cathedral,
  • holy principal,
  • unchangeable, orthodox,
  • big nautical,
  • old metropolitan,
  • beautiful metropolitan,
  • jolly dark,
  • forlorn and decayed,
  • whole demoniac,
  • particular or national,
  • long dominant,
  • true and orthodox,
  • whole episcopal,
  • armenian national,
  • new memorial,
  • own gothic,
  • ancient syrian,
  • universal sacrificial,
  • complete demonic,
  • doctrinally high,
  • memorial congregational,
  • handsome metropolitan,
  • gelical,
  • little franciscan,
  • apostolic episcopal,
  • large congregational,
  • true and apostolic,
  • universal ecclesiastical,
  • naughty but nice,
  • little congregational,
  • old, loyal,
  • good medieval,
  • grey sad,
  • little ivy-covered,
  • ancient episcopal,
  • thirteenth-century gothic,
  • orthodox national,
  • oldest episcopal,
  • great romanesque,
  • small byzantine,
  • whole evangelical,
  • national episcopal,
  • evangelical dissenting,
  • twenty-eighth congregational,
  • second african,
  • small romanesque,
  • little byzantine,
  • cathedral or other,
  • great collegiate,
  • stately episcopal,
  • colonial and continental,
  • new congregational,
  • beautiful memorial,
  • holy cathedral,
  • small congregational,
  • evangelical national,
  • militant and triumphant,
  • beautiful perpendicular,
  • primitive and apostolic,
  • new cathedral,
  • great franciscan,
  • thy venerable,
  • holy metropolitan,
  • ancient collegiate,
  • old collegiate,
  • cathedral or conventual,
  • snow-white wooden,
  • multi-denominational,
  • several grey,
  • true visible,
  • old congregational,
  • old conventual,
  • piscopal,
  • fine romanesque,
  • irish episcopal,
  • cathedral or collegiate,
  • own cathedral,
  • fine perpendicular,
  • true apostolic,
  • metropolitical,
  • old episcopal,
  • great and abominable,
  • small episcopal,
  • general visible,
  • german evangelical,
  • presbyterial,
  • central congregational,
  • second congregational,
  • great cathedral,
  • fine gothic,
  • little episcopal,
  • romanesque,
  • collegiate,
  • congregational,
  • episcopal,
  • cathedral.
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