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- n. One who rules over mysteries.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One presiding over mysteries.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who presides over mysteries.
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The mysteriarch stood solemnly next to the structure.
Yet after Collins and Houdini had perfected it and it had been copyrighted, the mysteriarch waited almost a year and a half to perform it as part of his show.
Stephen said nothing; the last thing he wanted to do was argue with a mysteriarch.
The mysteriarch, Iridal, returned to the High Realms.
The initial shock was receding; the mysteriarch was beginning to realize that her dearest wish was coming true.
He took hold of Peter's arm, hoisted the man from his chair, led him-bowing and staggering-past king and queen and mysteriarch.
King Stephen was powerless to fight the mysteriarch.
She intended to do so, in league with this mysteriarch, Sinistrad'the boy's father.
The mysteriarch had disturbed his Abbey with her imperious demands, caused a stir among the brethren, brought too much of the world of the living into one devoted to the dead.
The mysteriarch has been imprisoned in the dungeons of the Unseen.
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