Sentence for abbey | Use abbey in a sentence

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  • An abbey! (4)
  • Northanger Abbey! (4)
  • Yet this was an abbey! (4)
  • She, who had so longed to be in an abbey! (4)
  • And where is your Abbey? (14)
  • Yes, it was delightful to be really in an abbey! (4)
  • About six they reached the Abbey. (8)
  • She was always at the Abbey now. (10)
  • He was buried in Westminster Abbey. (3)
  • The abbey stood muffled in shadows. (10)
  • The abbey would be always safe and dry. (4)
  • Was there any picture of her in the abbey? (4)
  • Even the stones of the Abbey seem to feel it and shudder. (14)
  • Discreetness, therefore, was instructed to reign at the Abbey. (10)
  • He came to the Abbey two evenings ago, on purpose to consult me about it. (4)
  • It was first a grange of Whitekirk Abbey, tilled and inhabited by rosy friars. (2)
  • The last mentioned, born in 1658, became organist of Westminster Abbey in 1680. (3)
  • She saw again their dark grassy courtyard in the Abbey, and the white owl flying over them. (8)
  • It was past nine already; a water-rat came out, a white owl flew over the river, towards the Abbey. (8)
  • The wildness of that one night in the old Abbey seemed to have power to govern all her life to come. (8)
  • He and the baronet had a conference together one day, and from that time Adrian became a fixture in the Abbey. (10)
  • Dr. Shrapnel drove round by the shore of the broad water past a great hospital and ruined abbey to Otley village. (10)
  • We spent ten days with the Storys at Crosby Lodge, and while there went to Naworth and Corbie Castles and Lanercost Abbey. (14)
  • She was struck, however, beyond her expectation, by the grandeur of the abbey, as she saw it for the first time from the lawn. (4)
  • Enraged with almost everybody in the world but himself, he set out the next day for the abbey, where his performances have been seen. (4)
  • He was alone in his third-class compartment, and, leaning forward, watched the ruined Abbey across the river till it was out of sight. (8)
  • Sir Austin ascended the stairs, and bent his steps leisurely toward the chamber where his son was lying in the left wing of the Abbey. (10)
  • It was here seriously put to the captain, whether they should not halt at the abbey, and reflect, seeing that great work was in prospect. (10)
  • Vividly there had come before her the dark Abbey, and the moon balancing over the top of the crumbling wall, and the white owl flying across. (8)
  • With all the chances against her of house, hall, place, park, court, and cottage, Northanger turned up an abbey, and she was to be its inhabitant. (4)
  • Fortunately for him, Highbury, including Randalls in the same parish, and Donwell Abbey in the parish adjoining, the seat of Mr. Knightley, comprehended many such. (4)

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Definition of abbey:

  • abbey, ab’e, n. a monastery of persons of either sex presided over by an abbot or abbess: the church now or formerly attached to it: in newstead abbey_, &c., the name has been retained after the abbatial building had become a private house: | pl. abb’eys. (0)

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