Origin of archdeacon
OTHER WORDS FROM archdeaconarch·dea·con·ate, arch·dea·con·ship, noun
Words nearby archdeacon
How to use archdeacon in a sentence
Later, she was made an Archdeacon after her work with the homeless in Dublin.
The archdeacon speaks of spiritual geniuses, "geniuses in the region in which man holds communion with God."God and my Neighbour|Robert Blatchford
This last circumstance struck the archdeacon with amazement, and increased his fears for the peace of the city.
The tone of conviction, the imposing authority of the archdeacon's character, left a profound impression upon the man.
The archdeacon, not daring to contradict the bishop, seeing the bishop spoke the truth, lowered his head in mute pain.
"I implore you, yield to these wise words," now put in the archdeacon addressing Gaudry.