- v. Simple past tense and past participle of defrock.
“The first is an internal disciplinary process in the church, which can end up with a priest being defrocked, that is, kicked out of the priest hood.”
“The big news in eurosceptic circles today is that two of the "defrocked" Peers, Lord Pearson of Rannoch and Lord Willoughby de Broke, have joined UKIP.”
“The big news in eurosceptic circles is that two of the "defrocked" peers, Lord Pearson of Rannoch and Lord Willoughby de Broke, have joined UKIP.”
“It depends on kind of what your definition of "defrocked" is.”
“Hundreds of priests have now been 'defrocked', or laicised, because of it -- eight in the Ferns Diocese alone.”
“Hundreds of priests have now been 'defrocked', or laicised, because of it -- eight in the”
“Catholic Diocese announced Tuesday that former Monsignor Dale Fushek has been defrocked, meaning the church has removed Fushek from his right to scandal, expresses outrage.”
“A few châteaux produce and market the result as a '' third wine '', although most examples end up on merchants 'lists as' 'defrocked' 'claret under a generic name.”
“Toso said he was later "defrocked" in front of other church members and stripped of his wallet, credit cards, watch, ring and airline tickets, and had to write a "dishonest" letter to get them back.”
“C.V.S. Roosevelt Washington, D.C. Have been having a ball with your "defrocked" and”
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