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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How to use prelate in a sentence
It is the first time a prelate has ever been known to be arrested inside Vatican City.
True, Brazil was on the Vatican's agenda when Benedict XVI was pope and Bergoglio still an unsung prelate from the New World.
Thomas Cooper, an English prelate, died; highly commended for his great learning and eloquence.
Thomas Sprat, an English prelate and poet, died; he was distinguished as a writer, and rewarded with preferments.
He was an Italian, and has the character of a great statesman, as well as a learned prelate.
William Warburton, bishop of Gloucester, died; an English prelate of great abilities.
Bora on April 27, 1852, this prelate was a man of great culture and a distinguished linguist, who had travelled considerably.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman