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High Church

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Christianity
High ChurchˌHigh ˈChurch noun [singular]  RRCthe part of the Church of England that is closest in its beliefs to the Roman Catholic ChurchHigh Church adjective Low Church
Examples from the Corpus
High ChurchMoreover, some of the riots were incited by local High Church clergy and gentry.Rather High Church, I gather, and a most beautiful building.A number of communities drew up counter-addresses in opposition to the High Church ones.They were too High Church for that.Indeed, in traditional High Church fashion, they were not ashamed to announce their belief in the divine-right nature of bishops.
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