use prebend in a sentence.
This community life becoming more and more rare after the end of the ninth century, each canon received his own share of the mensal revenues – his "prebend".
"prebend" does not yet appear, neither do the distinctive names of the stalls.
Within each colonial prebend tribal jealousies and differences were exploited by colonial masters to maximize political power and economic advantage.
In Maronia pia, or Maronia felix, I know not whether, nor how long since, nor in what cathedral church, a fat prebend fell void.
On the day after his return he received proper authentic tidings of his presentation to the prebend.