Epíscopal. adj. [from episcopus, Latin.]
- Belonging to a bishop.
The apostle commands Titus not only to be a pattern of good works himself, but to use his episcopal authority in exhorting every rank and order of men. Rogers's Sermons.
- Vested in a bishop.
The plot of discipline sought to erect a popular authority of elders, and to take away episcopal jurisdiction. Hooker.