noun, plural preb·en·dar·ies.
Origin of prebendary
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They 're going to draft you to a cathedral, and make a prebendary of you.The Bramleighs Of Bishop's Folly
Charles James Lever
In 1727 he was made a prebendary of Salisbury by his friend Hoadley.
"The house is for your private comfort," said the prebendary.The Vicar of Bullhampton
Romer means the Prebendary Campbell, or at least his wife and daughter.
But what the Prebendary always says is, the better the day the better the deed.