archidiaconal

[ ahr-ki-dahy-ak-uh-nl ]
/ ˌɑr kɪ daɪˈæk ə nl /

adjective

of or relating to an archdeacon or to the office of an archdeacon.

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Origin of archidiaconal

1645–55; < Late Latin archidiācon(us) archdeacon + -al1
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Example sentences from the Web for archidiaconal

  • He commenced the proceedings by enlarging on the abuses of the archidiaconal courts.

    Life of Thomas Becket|Henry Hart Milman
  • He's gone off in his yacht now to shoot seals, and cut the Arckey—Archey—Archidiaconal meeting.'

  • Hilda turned upon her a face which appeared still to glow with the stimulus of the archidiaconal function.

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British Dictionary definitions for archidiaconal

archidiaconal
/ (ˌɑːkɪdaɪˈækənəl) /

adjective

of or relating to an archdeacon or his office
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