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synonyms for hierarch

  • bishop
  • abbess
  • abbot
  • archbishop
  • cardinal
  • dignitary
  • ecclesiastic
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How to use hierarch in a sentence

At the same moment, the grave, kind old hierarch stretched out his hands to take the sleeping baby from its mother's arms.
STRANGE STORIESGRANT ALLEN
The hierarch rose hastily and glanced into his dark keen eyes with an inquiring look.
STRANGE STORIESGRANT ALLEN
Will the hierarch and the elder brothers think I am strong enough and fit enough for the duties of the task?
STRANGE STORIESGRANT ALLEN
After breakfast, brother Eustace and the hierarch came sadly in their official robes into the lesser infirmary.
STRANGE STORIESGRANT ALLEN
But how could a hierarch of the State Church of Ireland fail to don its spirit with his mitre?
IRISH HISTORY AND THE IRISH QUESTIONGOLDWIN SMITH
But not with regard to the prerogative of any arch-hierarch.
THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE:THE BOOK OF NUMBERSROBERT A. WATSON
Because, although the Ark was high, Noah was a higher ark (hierarch).
HOW TO SOLVE CONUNDRUMSANONYMOUS
Because, although the ark was high, Noah was a higher ark (Hierarch).
THE HANDBOOK OF CONUNDRUMSEDITH B. ORDWAY
All things are lawful to the Hierarch; for he knows the nature and value of all.
THE STORY OF ANNA KINGSFORD AND EDWARD MAITLAND AND OF THE NEW GOSPEL OF INTERPRETATIONEDWARD MAITLAND
Whistler, though alive and about, was already looked to as a hierarch by the young.
AND EVEN NOWMAX BEERBOHM
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WORDS RELATED TO HIERARCH

  • abbess
  • abbot
  • archbishop
  • bishop
  • cardinal
  • dignitary
  • ecclesiastic
  • hierarch
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