diœcesan

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diœcesan (not comparable)

  1. Archaic form of diocesan.
    • 1878, Congregation of Notre‐Dame, The Pearl of Troyes, Canada Printing Company; Chapter 11, page #112:
      In 1670, diœcesan affairs called Bishop de Laval, again to Paris, where his stay was considerably prolonged.

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