cardinal

[ kahr-dn-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF cardinal

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CARDINAL

He had seen his uncle present himself to the Cardinal at Cawood Castle.

Cardinal Newman wrote: "Gladstone's book, as you see, is making a sensation."

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

Unlike Shakespeare's cardinal, they did not die without a sign.

We spend years upon the study of character, and the cardinal features often escape us.

The King regarded him with coldness, the Cardinal with irritation.

He learnt that the Cardinal rose at six o'clock, summer and winter alike.

And I must say that the Cardinal, who is a man of sense, was of the same mind.

The Cardinal had again begun to walk to and fro with thoughtful step.

The Cardinal and Donna Serafina stood side by side near the bed.

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