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


Hence it is that you find three mitres on the arms of the bishopric of Chester.

The Mitres are so called from their resemblance to the bishop's mitre.

No-one here: Goulding and I. Clean tables, flowers, mitres of napkins.

Among the mitres were two for the boy-bishop's use on St. Nicholas Day.

There are at least three Cock Taverns, and several Mitres, all genuine; and so on.

One of these mitres has, it is said, been brought to England.

During this, the Cardinals put on their Copes and their Mitres.

However, she already knew how to manufacture boats and bishops' mitres.

Your croziers, your mitres, your mumbled prayers from the mass-book!

And all these piles were surmounted with crosses, mitres, croziers, triple crowns studded with precious stones.