Definition of Exarchies

1. exarchy [n] - See also: exarchy



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exarchies

exantlated
exantlates
exantlating
exantlation
exaptation
exaptations
exapted
exaptive
exarate
exaration
exarations
exarch
exarchal
exarchate
exarchates
exarchies (current term)
exarchs
exarchy
exarillate
exarteritis
exarticulate
exarticulation
exarticulations
exascale
exasecond
exaseconds
exasperate
exasperated
exasperatedly
exasperater

Literary usage of Exarchies

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

1. The Land of the Czar by O. W. Wahl (1875)
"The secular clergy (to whom a second marriage is interdicted under penalty of being unfrocked) stand under their respective exarchies. ..."

2. The Land of the Czar by O. W. Wahl (1875)
"The secular clergy (to whom a second marriage is interdicted under penalty of being unfrocked) stand under their respective exarchies. ..."

3. Russia's Work in Turkey: A Revelation by Georges Giacometti (1877)
"... week sent word to the ' Exarch that the Porte was firmly resolved to ' authorise the Patriarchate to send its bishops to ' all the Bulgarian exarchies. ..."

4. Report of the International Commission to Inquire Into the Causes and (1914)
"Some of these dioceses were actually enumerated in the firman: the exarchies of Bulgaria today; others, which were also to form part of the national church, ..."

5. Correspondence on Church and Religion of William Ewart Gladstone by William Ewart Gladstone (1910)
"Ecclesiastically these countries were all exarchies of the Patriarchate of Constantinople, but since their emancipation they have rejected the control in ..."

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