croziernoun [ C ]also crosier uk /ˈkrəʊ.zi.ər/ us /ˈkroʊ.zi.ɚ/
Examples from literature
- A mural monument of Bishop Peter Mews, who is also interred here, is marked by a crozier and mitre.
- In his left hand is a crozier, and his right is raised to bless.
- Taking off his mitre, he wears a cap of fur also, and has laid aside his crozier.
- The crozier is simply curved.
- Then the chaplain charged with the care of the crozier advanced, holding it erect, the curved part being towards him.