archbishopdom
Noun

archbishopdom (uncountable)

  1. (ecclesiastical) The realm, sphere, domain, office, or jurisdiction of an archbishop; archbishopric.
    • 1855, A general index to the publications of the Parker Society - Page 567:
      [...] some call it the sacrament of priesthood, of bishopdom, or of archbishopdom, [...]
    • 1982, Josefa Nina Lieberman, Beaumont, He came to Cambridge:
      In the not too distant past Salzburg had been an Archbishopdom ruled by her archbishops.



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