noun, plural cu·ra·cies.
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He was ordained on the 21st of December 1781 to the curacy of his native town.Crabbe, (George)|Alfred Ainger
A brass in the chapel commemorates the fact that the martyred Bishop Hannington was born and held a curacy here.Seaward Sussex|Edric Holmes
I shall ask him to try and get me a curacy as soon as possible.'
Unlike most of his fellows in the college classrooms, he refused to regard an English curacy as the goal of his ambition.
The larger the diocese of the patron, the fatter the curacy for the favorite.Les Misrables|Victor Hugo