One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person to whom a benefice is granted as their property.
- ‘The treatment complained of is not that of the defendants personally but that of lay impropriators generally, the defendants included.’
- ‘Similar tactics could be employed against tithe-gatherers, especially when the proceeds went to lay or monastic impropriators rather than the parish priest for whom God had ordained them.’
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