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See definition of metropolitans on Dictionary.com
  • as innewspaper
  • as incity slicker
  • as inprimate
  • as inbishop

synonyms for metropolitans

  • community
  • daily
  • journal
  • magazine
  • paper
  • periodical
  • press
  • tabloid
  • weekly
  • biweekly
  • bulldog
  • extra
  • gazette
  • metropolitan
  • organ
  • rag
  • record
  • review
  • sheet
  • trade
  • scandal sheet
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How to use metropolitans in a sentence

Here the good nuns weave their wool into palliums, which are subsequently worn by different metropolitans of the church.
CATHEDRAL CITIES OF ITALYWILLIAM WIEHE COLLINS
Evacuation of panicky Metropolitans from the Central Park district proceeds in an orderly manner.
THE BRAINALEXANDER BLADE
They are metropolitans, the people who demand most of the builder for their comfort and luxury.
AMERICA'S MUNITIONS 1917-1918BENEDICT CROWELL
He was placed above the several Metropolitans, and thus the Church secured more unity.
THE STORY OF RUSSIAR. VAN BERGEN, M.A.
The Holy Synod is made up of metropolitans, archbishops, a procurator-general and secretaries.
ARTIST AND MODELREN DE PONT-JEST
She has only exercised the right of being governed by her own Bishops and Metropolitans.
THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND CLEARED FROM THE CHARGE OF SCHISMTHOMAS WILLIAM ALLIES
See § 19, where Cellach and his predecessors are called metropolitans.
ST. BERNARD OF CLAIRVAUX'S LIFE OF ST. MALACHY OF ARMAGHH. J. LAWLOR
It contains the palliums which the pope sends to the metropolitans.
THE CATHOLIC WORLD, VOL. X, OCTOBER 1869VARIOUS
The metropolitans were curtailed in their prerogatives and subjected to the Pope.
THE RISE OF THE MEDIAEVAL CHURCHALEXANDER CLARENCE FLICK
The only appellate jurisdiction from the metropolitans is the Roman See.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 8, SLICE 9VARIOUS
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