Examples from the Web for archbishop
This is why there will not be much hand-wringing over the Archbishop of Canterbury confessing to doubting the existence of God.
Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, says there are moments he thinks, “Is there a God?”
When I was covering the wars in Central America, all of us knew that the archbishop would be killed.Why Pope Francis Wants to Declare Murdered Archbishop Romero a Saint|Christopher Dickey|August 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
You see,” said the archbishop, “in Gaza there is also life, not only death.Fleeing Israeli Troops, Gaza Muslims Find Refuge in a Christian Church|Jesse Rosenfeld|July 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She sought out the Archbishop of Canterbury to talk about death.
Lascelles, the silent spy of the archbishop, devoured with envious eyes Throckmorton's great back and golden beard.Privy Seal|Ford Madox Ford
The friars were rescued by the people, and the Archbishop had "to take to his heels and cry out for help," to save himself.An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800|Mary Frances Cusack
Cardan refers more than once to the generosity of the Archbishop.Jerome Cardan|William George Waters
But surely, said Louis, the archbishop of Paris should be a man who believes in God.Talleyrand|Joseph McCabe
In the yeare following Theobald archbishop of Canturburie, and legat to Ger.Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6): England (4 of 12)|Raphael Holinshed
British Dictionary definitions for archbishop
Word Origin and History for archbishop
Old English ærcebiscop, from Late Latin archiepiscopus, from Greek arkhi- "chief" (see archon) + episkopos "bishop," literally "overseer." Replaced earlier Old English heah biscop (see bishop). The spelling conformed to Latin from 12c.