great officer of state
Definition of great officer of state
: one of the nine officers in England that were originally officers of the royal household and include the lord high steward, lord high chancellor, lord high treasurer, lord president of the council, lord privy seal, lord great chamberlain, lord high constable, earl marshal, and lord high admiral
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