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Use "synods" in a sentence
"For the better government and further edification of the Church, there ought to be such assemblies as are commonly called synods or councils."
"The highways were covered with troops of bishops galloping from every side to the assemblies, which they call synods; and while they labored to reduce the whole sect to their own particular opinions, the public establishment of the posts was almost ruined by their hasty and repeated journeys. ""
"Rome they were called synods, as they were in the East in the primitive ages — for the Latins borrowed names as well as things from the Greeks."