Definition of "macer" []

  • A macebearer. (noun)

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Use "macer" in a sentence
  • "William Langlands, an apparitor or macer (bacularius) of the See of St Andrews, presented these letters to the curate of the church of"
  • "“It is really a matter of necessity,” said the younger counsellor, retained for her sister; and Jeanie reluctantly followed the macer of the Court to the place appointed."
  • "He got one glimpse of the _sans culottes_, appealed again to the De Chenier macer in his ancestry, and flung the flambeau at the first who entered."
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