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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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An assistant. A bishop who assists another bishop, with the right of succession.

Usage examples (33)
  • Her first assignment as a lawyer was to act as the coadjutor on a case.
  • Coadjutors are also temporary and perpetual; the first has no succession, the latter has, and is called coadjutor with right of succession.
  • He said his successor would be elected during 2007, and would act with him as "coadjutor" until he stepped down.
  • Raphael or his worthy coadjutor, Ambrose de Lamela .... for more
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