Origin of justiciar
Related formsjus·ti·ci·ar·ship, noun
Examples from the Web for justiciar
Despite their differences as to the execution of the charters, his removal lost the justiciar a much-needed friend.The History of England|T.F. Tout
The Justiciar was now the king's chief minister, acting in his name whether he was present or absent.A Student's History of England, v. 1 (of 3)|Samuel R. Gardiner.
He was accused of stirring up rebellion among the Welsh, and the justiciar proceeded against him.
He traces his descent from the justiciar of the Norman kings.
But the Justiciar was resolute to crush it, and he was backed by the strenuous efforts of Stephen Langton.History of the English People, Volume II (of 8)|John Richard Green