Definition of Archepiscopal

1. Adjective. Of or associated with an archbishop. "An archiepiscopal see"

Exact synonyms: Archiepiscopal
Partainyms: Archbishop, Archbishop
Derivative terms: Archbishop, Archbishop



Definition of Archepiscopal

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to an archbishop ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Archepiscopal

archeological
archeological remains
archeological site
archeologically
archeologies
archeologist
archeologists
archeology
archeometry
archeon
archeopteryx
archeostronomy
archeozoologist
archeozoologists
archeozoology
archepiscopal (current term)
archer fish
archeress
archeresses
archerfish
archerfishes
archeries
archerite
archers
archership
archerships
archery
arches
arches of the foot
archespore

Literary usage of Archepiscopal

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1. Cathedrals and Cloisters of the South of France by ELISE WHITLOCK. ROSE (1906)
"Happily the decorations of really monstrous taste, the red "TRADITION SAYS THAT THESE STALLS WERE CUT FROM THE OAKS OF THE archepiscopal DOMAIN OF MAZ'^RES. ..."

2. The History and Present Condition of St. Domingo by Jonathan Brown (1837)
"Cape Francois, re-baptized Cape Henry, was made an archepiscopal see, ... denominated the archepiscopal palace, and a yearly support tq be derived from the ..."

3. Norwegian Immigrant Contributions to America's Making by Harry Sundby-Hansen (1921)
"He was to find out whatever he could about the lands of the North, which then formed a part of the archepiscopal See of Bremen-Hamburg. ..."

4. Organic Christianity: Or, The Church of God with Its Officers and Government by Leicester Ambrose Sawyer (1854)
"England is divided into two archepiscopal provinces, under its two archbishops. ... Besides their archepiscopal functions, the archbishops are themselves ..."

5. Publications by English Dialect Society (1898)
"The rear part of the old Ursulines Convent at the NB corner of Chartres and Ursulines streets, now used as the archepiscopal Palace, is the venerable chapel ..."

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