To perceive or detect with the eyes, or as if by sight. (verb)
A diocese, archdiocese; a region of a church, generally headed by a bishop, especially an archbishop. (noun)
Examples of word see
It takes me 45 minutes and I usually see one of the four following people: crazy chatty religious woman; former classmate I pretend not to see& who pretends not to see me; cute guy who always looks a bit sad, a bit drunk; and a woman I fear is compensating for her weight with enormous accessories, despite the fact that she is beautiful.
Oooo... see... for us visual people, we like to *see* our stuff.
The next pit stops I can see are Promos and ALevels and after that I can only see a vast void that stretches as far as the eye can see
Louis began to realize how much he had wanted to see Prill ... to see her free of the ARM ... to * see* her.
Her own power of realization, assured her on this point -- nobody could see, not divine but _see_, as she did, without being able to reproduce; the one implied the other.
Not only will you see the chances for success that are all about you, but you will _see into_ them.
Herbert! don't you see, _won't you see_, that, if you leave the one great sin all uncovered, open to the continual attrition of a life of goodness, God _will_ let it wear away?
"It is a general rule on all regular plantations, that the slaves be in the field as _soon as it is light enough for them to see to work_, and remain there until it is _so dark that they cannot see_."