Mitred vs. Mitered

Mitred vs. Mitered — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Mitred and Mitered

Mitredadjective

Relating to an abbot's or bishop's mitre; wearing a mitre.

Miterednoun

The liturgical headdress and part of the insignia of a Christian bishop. In the Western church it is a tall pointed hat with peaks in front and back, worn at all solemn functions.

Mitredadjective

Having a mitre joint.

Miterednoun

A thong for binding the hair, worn by women in ancient Greece.

Miterednoun

The ceremonial headdress worn by ancient Jewish high priests.

Miterednoun

A miter joint.

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Miterednoun

The edge of a piece of material that has been beveled preparatory to making a miter joint.

Miterednoun

A miter square.

Miteredverb

To bestow a miter upon.

Miteredverb

To make (two pieces or surfaces) join with a miter joint.

Miteredverb

To bevel the edges of for joining with a miter joint.

Miteredverb

To meet in a miter joint.

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Miteredverb

simple past tense and past participle of miter