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Origin of prelate
OTHER WORDS FROM prelateprel·ate·ship, nounpre·lat·ic [pri-lat-ik] /prɪˈlæt ɪk/, adjectivenon·pre·lat·ic, adjectiveun·pre·lat·ic, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for prelate
It is the first time a prelate has ever been known to be arrested inside Vatican City.
This prelate died in 1581, after having composed several works, which are mentioned by Nicholas Antonio.
There was hardly a prelate or royal chaplain in England who was not under ecclesiastical censure.Beacon Lights of History, Volume V|John Lord
Laud accordingly appeared at the window, and Strafford, as he passed, asked for the prelate's prayers and for his blessing.Charles I|Jacob Abbott