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Synonyms for diocese
ˈdaɪ ə sɪs, -ˌsiz, -ˌsisdio·cese

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. diocese, bishopric, episcopatenoun

    the territorial jurisdiction of a bishop

    Synonyms:
    episcopate, bishopry, bishopric, episcopacy

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. diocesenoun

    Synonyms:
    bishopric, see, jurisdiction or charge of a bishop

PPDB, the paraphrase database

  1. List of paraphrases for "diocese":

    archdiocese, parish

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#16103diocese
#30399archdiocese
#116078bishopric
#123677episcopate
#180321episcopacy

How to use diocese in a sentence?

  1. Bishop George Leo Thomas:

    The victims and survivors in our Diocese of Helena are believed and deeply respected.

  2. Pat Svacina:

    The way the leases are written it is very difficult to cancel a lease that is in production, the Diocese always reviews the viability and desirability of renewing a lease at the conclusion of a current lease.

  3. John Oliver:

    What became clear was that the diocese was not going to be able to continue to carry out its spiritual, charitable and educational missions if it were to continue to shoulder the increasingly heavy burden of litigation expenses associated with these cases.

  4. Archbishop Selwanos:

    We are afraid that ISIS -- which God will hopefully prevent -- will conquer the town. We would lose the center of Christianity in our diocese.

  5. Edward McFadden:

    Regarding the Father Ernest Paone case, the man lived in California and Nevada from the mid-1960s onward and was not in the Pittsburgh Diocese when Donald Wuerl arrived. Donald Wuerl knew of no claims against Father Ernest Paone until July 25, 1994, and then acted promptly to notify others out of state of an allegation after Donald Wuerl received it.


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