Definition of Archiepiscopate

1. n. The office of an archbishop; an archbishopric.



Definition of Archiepiscopate

1. Noun. an archbishopric ¹

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Definition of Archiepiscopate

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Archiepiscopate

archiannelids
archiater
archiblastula
archical
archicarp
archicarps
archicembalo
archicerebellum
archicortex
archidiaconal
archidiaconate
archiepiscopacies
archiepiscopacy
archiepiscopal
archiepiscopality
archiepiscopate (current term)
archiepiscopates
archierey
archigrapheme
archigraphemes
archil
archiloquies
archiloquy
archils
archimage
archimages
archimagi
archimagus
archimandrite
archimandrites

Literary usage of Archiepiscopate

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Macedonia by Tihomir R. Đorđević (1918)
"... OF TEE SERBIAN PATRIARCHATE TO ITS RESTORATION (1459-1557) Suppression of the Serbian Patriarchate and its supersession by the archiepiscopate of ..."

2. History of Religion in England from the Opening of the Long Parliament to by John Stoughton (1881)
"Shortly after Tenison's accession to the archiepiscopate, injunctions were sent forth by Royal command, touching points exactly of the nature indicated to ..."

3. Fasti Eboracenses: Lives of the Archbishops of York by William Henry Dixon (1863)
"... IL was raised to the archiepiscopate of York and the see of Worcester on the death of ... archiepiscopate ..."

4. The Venal Indulgences and Pardons of the Church of Rome: Exemplified in a by Joseph Mendham (1839)
"... neither in the account of the archiepiscopate of Bourdeaux, nor of the episcopate of Saintes, nor in the collection of Instrumenta, was any document to ..."

5. Monastic Seals of the Xiiith Century by Gale Pedrick (1902)
"The property of the Archbishops and monks was held by both in common. The history of the house is bound up with that of the archiepiscopate, that of the ..."

6. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN, Sidney Lee (1898)
"He was enthroned at York Minster on 26 March 186:?, and entered on an archiepiscopate which extended over twenty-eight years. In 1855 Thomson married, and, ..."

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