Origin of hierarch
OTHER WORDS FROM hierarchhi·er·ar·chal, adjectivean·ti·hi·er·ar·chal, adjective
Words nearby hierarch
How to use hierarch in a sentence
At the same moment, the grave, kind old hierarch stretched out his hands to take the sleeping baby from its mother's arms.
The hierarch rose hastily and glanced into his dark keen eyes with an inquiring look.
Will the hierarch and the elder brothers think I am strong enough and fit enough for the duties of the task?
After breakfast, brother Eustace and the hierarch came sadly in their official robes into the lesser infirmary.
But how could a hierarch of the State Church of Ireland fail to don its spirit with his mitre?Irish History and the Irish Question|Goldwin Smith
British Dictionary definitions for hierarch
- a person in a position of high priestly authority
- a person holding high rank in a religious hierarchy