bishop

[ bish-uh p ]SEE DEFINITION OF bishop

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BISHOP

Art surely no mere clerk, but bishop or cardinal at the least.

"I hurt my leg and cannot ride," quoth the bishop's champion.

At last the Bishop turned towards the assistants and sprinkled them in their turn.

"You are putting the bishop into the place of the knight," said Clarence.

The Bishop admitted it, as in the case of Nebuchadnezzar's image.

The inferior clergy were by no means so lenient as the Bishop.

Robin stopped his minstrelsy, and said to the bishop, "This seems to me an unfit match."

Bishop then came undesignedly sidling in the direction of the sideboard.

Mr Merdle made a similar reply, and Bishop explained his reason for inquiring.

Bishop had no idea that there was anything significant in the occasion.

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