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Synonyms for crosier

a staff surmounted by a crook or cross carried by bishops as a symbol of pastoral office


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The small bishop's crook can be used as a finial set or as a matching tie-back for both the large spiral and large bishop's crook.
The street has been repaved with cobblestones, or Belgian blocks, and the lampposts are the old bishop's crooks which, by the way, appear to be springing up all over town.