Origin of crosier
OTHER WORDS FROM crosiercrosiered, adjective
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How to use crosier in a sentence
The crosier was perfect, and a part of the body was hard, and of a copper-coloured hue, whilst the other part was decomposed.The New Guide to Peterborough Cathedral|George S. Phillips
Lausanne, extending its episcopal crosier from its lofty towers, pretended to keep the whole country at the feet of the Pope.History of the Great Reformation, Volume IV|J. H. Merle D'Aubign
The prelates had their swarms of armed retainers, and ruled their flocks with the sword as well as the crosier.
The statue has been mutilated in the mitre, the face, and the crosier; probably when the Huguenots were masters of the city.
The arms are crossed, as in prayer; and the left arm supported a crosier, the remnant of which is seen under that arm.