Origin of archdeacon
Related formsarch·dea·con·ate, arch·dea·con·ship, noun
Examples from the Web for archdeacon
Later, she was made an Archdeacon after her work with the homeless in Dublin.
But, archdeacon, you do not mean to say that you think that Lady Lufton has arranged it?
It demanded a buoyant courage, and a heart happy in its toil; and the archdeacon's heart was happy, and his courage was buoyant.The Warden|Anthony Trollope
The archdeacon had now left the rug, and advanced till he was almost close to the chair on which Grace was sitting.
The Archdeacon was a little late as, I am afraid, he liked to be when he was sure that others would be punctual.
Joan was there, of course, and just as the Archdeacon began the second prayer Mrs. Brandon slipped in and took her place.