episcopate definition

  • noun:
    • the positioning, term, or office of a bishop.
    • the career, term, or company of a bishop.
    • the region of jurisdiction of a bishop; a diocese.
    • the region of jurisdiction of a bishop; a diocese.
    • Bishops regarded as a group. Also referred to as episcopacy.
    • Bishops considered as friends. Also known as episcopacy.
    • Bishops viewed as friends.
    • Bishops regarded as an organization.
    • The tenure in company of a bishop.
    • The tenure in company of a bishop.
    • A bishop's jurisdiction, the degree of his diocese.
    • A bishop's jurisdiction, the level of his diocese.
    • A bishopric; the office and dignity of a bishop.
    • A bishopric; work and self-esteem of a bishop.
    • The collective body of bishops.
    • The collective human body of bishops.
    • enough time of a bishop's rule.
    • the full time of a bishop's rule.
    • The office and dignity of a bishop; a bishopric.
    • The incumbency of a bishop.
    • The order of bishops; the episcopal establishment; a body of bishops.
    • The office and self-esteem of a bishop; a bishopric.
    • The incumbency of a bishop.
    • The order of bishops; the episcopal institution; a body of bishops.
    • the office and dignity of a bishop
    • the collective body of bishops
    • the word of company of a bishop
    • the territorial jurisdiction of a bishop
    • any office and self-esteem of a bishop
    • the collective human body of bishops
    • the word of company of a bishop
    • the territorial jurisdiction of a bishop
    • the positioning, term, or office of a bishop.
    • the career, term, or office of a bishop.
    • The area of jurisdiction of a bishop; a diocese.
    • The area of jurisdiction of a bishop; a diocese.
    • Bishops considered as a bunch. Also known as episcopacy.
    • Bishops considered as an organization. Also known as episcopacy.
    • Bishops viewed as a group.
    • Bishops regarded as an organization.
    • The tenure in office of a bishop.
    • The tenure in workplace of a bishop.
    • A bishop's jurisdiction, the degree of their diocese.
    • A bishop's jurisdiction, the extent of his diocese.
    • A bishopric; any office and dignity of a bishop.
    • A bishopric; the office and self-esteem of a bishop.
    • The collective human body of bishops.
    • enough time of a bishop's rule.
    • The office and dignity of a bishop; a bishopric.
    • The incumbency of a bishop.
    • your order of bishops; the episcopal establishment; a body of bishops.
    • any office and dignity of a bishop
    • The collective human body of bishops.
    • the collective human body of bishops
    • The time of a bishop's rule.
    • the term of company of a bishop
    • the territorial jurisdiction of a bishop
    • The office and dignity of a bishop; a bishopric.
    • The incumbency of a bishop.
    • your order of bishops; the episcopal institution; a body of bishops.
    • any office and self-esteem of a bishop
    • the collective body of bishops
    • the definition of of company of a bishop
    • the territorial jurisdiction of a bishop
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to behave as a bishop; to fill work of a prelate.
    • to behave as a bishop; to fill any office of a prelate.
    • to do something as a bishop; to fill any office of a prelate.
    • to do something as a bishop; to fill work of a prelate.
  • others:
    • to do something as a bishop; fill any office of a prelate.
    • To act as a bishop; fill the office of a prelate.
    • to behave as a bishop; fill the office of a prelate.
    • to behave as a bishop; fill work of a prelate.

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