from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as fraiter.
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Beneath the fratry is a very fine Decorated crypt, with a groined roof.
West of the fratry was the prior's lodging (now the deanery).
The refectorian had charge of the refectory, or "fratry," keeping it clean, supplied with cloths, napkins, jugs, and dishes, and superintended the laying of the tables.
The late Mr. Street very carefully restored the fratry in
West of the dormitory, and parallel with the nave, was the fratry; adjoining the east end of which, and stretching to the south-east, were the domestic offices.
The destruction which has left standing only the fratry, the prior's lodging, and the gate tower (1528), was the act of the Parliamentary troops and their
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