Thesaurus / mitre
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"The mitre weighs too much for your head, monseigneur," retorted the Jesuit.

It had an ecclesiastical sign,—the Mitre,—and a bar that seemed to be the next best thing to a bishopric, it was so snug.

The Holly-TreeCharles Dickens

Fig. 3095 illustrates the method of employment of the mitre gauge.

Further than neutrality, Mitre, then president of Argentina, would not go.

The box with the mitre was brought forth and the crown was placed on her head, already too richly adorned with artificial flowers.

Everlasting PearlAnna Magdalena Johannsen

Be charitable before Wealth makes thee covetous, and lose not the Glory of the Mitre.

The hermit St. Remi, called by the people to the bishopric, receives the mitre.

The mitre is almost lost, the face has suffered greatly, and the hands, feet and parts of the crosier are quite gone.

Who knows whether poetry was not as serviceable to him in the matter of his mitre, as she was to me in the matter of my lemonade!

A Bishop has: His official coat of arms, his mitre, two crosiers in saltire behind his escutcheon.

A Complete Guide to HeraldryArthur Charles Fox-Davies

WORDS RELATED TO MITRE

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.