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See also: Monsignor
monsignor (plural monsignors)
- alternative case form of
2007 February 4, Alexis Rehrmann, “Her Parents Couldn’t Take Care of Her. This Home Could.”:
- He paid half the $850 monthly tuition, and the church monsignor covered the rest.
2007 October 21, Peter Applebome, “A Court Decision Elbows a Village in Favor of Religious Rights”, New York Times:
- “Chances are if you had any efforts to modify it, you’d have parades of monsignors, ministers and rabbis trooping up to Capitol Hill,” said Professor Baker.
- apocopic form of