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Things archbishop often describes (“archbishop ________”)
elect, elector, viceroy, electors, governor, primate, bishop, designate, coadjutor, metropolitan, chancellor, wake, hatto, president, prince, cardinal, trees, albert, temple, archbishops, administrator, letters, parson, cuthbert, nuncio, present, duke

Descriptive words:
new, first, late, present, good, future, cardinal, titular, former, old, last, venerable, catholic, next, famous, holy, english, greek, anglican, protestant, metropolitan, aged, dear, armenian, third, later, learned, century, poor, celebrated, french, latin, saintly, martyred, powerful, reverend, worthy, illustrious, excellent, irish, seventh, dead, fourth, exiled, consecrated, pious, then, beloved, york, syrian, popish, fifth, born, warlike, roman, swedish, gentle, spanish, aforesaid, patriotic, unfortunate, italian, noble, deceased, zealous, wily, conservative, influential, retired, norwegian, sixth, ambitious, sainted, rebellious, youngest, portuguese, eminent, polish, hungarian, dominican, serbian

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Book See archbishop used in context: 20 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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