Antonyms for priors

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Jacopo acquainted the Priors, and they informed the government.

In the memorable year of jubilee, 1300, he was one of the priors of the Republic.

I thank you; (to the servant) the priors visit will be welcome.

Have you got any particular reason for wanting to go to Dutton Priors this afternoon?

The sub-prior was the priors assistant in the duties of his office.

Then, if he is not one of the Priors men, he will be judged by the hundred.

But if he is the Priors man, then the bailiff of Brook will crave the Priors court.

Until that period it was a small village called Leamington Priors.

The Church was rebuilt in the fourteenth century by the Priors of Maxstoke.

To work thus were to take the Priors pulpit-place, interpret God to all of you.