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bishop US English

A senior member of the Christian clergy, typically in charge of a diocese and empowered to confer holy orders

Bishop, Elizabeth US English

(1911–79), US poet. Her poetry contrasts her experiences in South America 1952–67 with her New England origins. She was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for her first two collections, North and South (1946) and A Cold Spring (1955). Other notable works include Geography III (1976)

Lord Bishop US English

The formal title of a bishop, in particular of a diocesan bishop (as distinct from a suffragan)

king's bishop US English

Each player’s bishop on the kingside of the board at the start of a game

queen's bishop US English

Each player’s bishop on the queen’s side of the board at the start of a game

bishop bird in bishop US English

An African weaverbird, the male of which has red, orange, yellow, or black plumage

suffragan US English

A bishop appointed to help a diocesan bishop

bishop suffragan in suffragan US English

A bishop appointed to help a diocesan bishop

suffragan bishop in suffragan US English

A bishop appointed to help a diocesan bishop

red bishop in bishop US English

An African weaverbird, the male of which has red, orange, yellow, or black plumage

bishop US Thesaurus

a meeting of the bishops

the bishop moves diagonally in move English-Spanish

el alfil se mueve en diagonal

the bishop acted in a private capacity in private English-Spanish

el obispo actuó a título personal


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