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parsonical

[pɑːˈsɒnɪkəl] ADJ (hum) → frailuno
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As Hodgkins has proposed, what at first sight reads as Herbert's handbook on local, parochial, parsonical conduct, is in fact a manifesto that, Herbert likely thought, if properly exercised and observed, could reform and improve a national spirit to the glory of God (181-209).
The late presenter of Today, Brian Redhead, once referred to the parsonical nature of the piece.
They also seem to think that he was the William Powell who was rector of Bathwick and committed parsonical attrocities in 1606, 1607, and 1610.