arch of palate
arch of palate n.
The vaulted roof of the mouth.
a priest holding first rank, as among the members of a cathedral chapter or among the clergy of a district outside the episcopal city. Roman Catholic Church. a priest acting as superior of the Roman Catholic secular clergy in England, first appointed in 1598 and superseded by a vicar apostolic in 1623. Historical Examples The […]
a chief . Contemporary Examples archrival India has money to throw around, and Iran and Russia are also exerting influence in the region. Pakistan’s Dance With Terrorists Just Backfired and Killed 132 Children Chris Allbritton December 16, 2014 As a result, it has generated barely one 10th the new fossil-fuel jobs generated in archrival Texas. […]
- Arch support
a rigid support placed inside a shoe so that its molded form fits the arch of the foot and relieves strain on the muscles of the foot while walking, standing, etc.