Definition of Episcopy

1. n. Survey; superintendence.



Definition of Episcopy

1. a survey [n EPISCOPIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Episcopy

episcopacy
episcopal
episcopally
episcopant
episcopants
episcoparian
episcopate
episcopates
episcope
episcopes
episcopicide
episcopize
episcopized
episcopizes
episcopizing
episcopy (current term)
episelenide
episemon
episemons
episepalous
episialin
episialins
episiotomies

Literary usage of Episcopy

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1. William Penn as the Founder of Two Commonwealths by Augustus C. Buell (1904)
"Among the manuscript sermons of Elder John Buel, a Puritan preacher of that period, we find the declaration that "they who exchanged Popery for episcopy ..."

2. Letters and Journals of Mrs. Calderwood of Polton from England, Holland and by Margaret (Steuart) Calderwood (1884)
"... as from the top of the kirk of Scotland to the top of the church of Rome. c Did you not,' says I, ' set your foot upon episcopy in the way ? ..."

3. Letters and Journals of Mrs. Calderwood of Polton from England, Holland and by Margaret Steuart Calderwood (1884)
"... as from the top of the kirk of Scotland to the top of the church of Rome. ' Did you not,' says I, ' set your foot upon episcopy in the way ? ..."

4. The Coltness Collections, M.DC.VIII.-M.DCCC.XL. by James Dennistoun, Archibald Steuart Denham, Margaret Steuart Calderwood (1842)
"... as from the top of the kirk of Scotland to the top of the church of Rome. "Did you not," says I, "set your foot upon episcopy in the way? ..."

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