Synonyms for bishopric

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To secure his influence, the Court offered him the bishopric of Hereford.

He resigned the bishopric, and, returning to his hut, in a few weeks died.

He is a professor of canonical law and slated for a German bishopric.

Who would write that he was “delighted” to accept a bishopric?

When, later, Gloucester was made a bishopric, he was the first bishop.

He objected also that the Bishopric was merely one in perspective and not yet a reality.

Now, no bishopric will enable me to do this but the See of Oxford.

He was not promoted to a bishopric till two years after Henry's death.

But if Ireland was not one kingdom it was in reality one bishopric.

He had refused a bishopric for the sake of remaining what he was—a priest.

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