unmitre

[ uhn-mahy-ter ]
/ ʌnˈmaɪ tər /

verb (used with object), un·mi·tred, un·mi·tring. Chiefly British.

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Definition for unmitre (2 of 2)

unmiter
[ uhn-mahy-ter ]
/ ʌnˈmaɪ tər /

verb (used with object)

to deprive of a miter; depose from the rank of a bishop.
Also especially British, un·mi·tre.

Origin of unmiter

First recorded in 1590–1600; un-2 + miter
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