Definition of 'ecclesiastical'
Example sentences containing 'ecclesiastical'
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He had heard a rumour that Elias Jenkins, an ecclesiastical martinet, was interested in coming to Pontywen. GOODBYE CURATE (1988)To receive EU aid - to have Commander Irving - we must accept also ecclesiastical architects. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE (1988)Not for ecclesiastical reasons, of course; just the odd biographical curiosity at work. GOTHIC PURSUIT (1988)
Trends of 'ecclesiastical'
In Common Usage. ecclesiastical is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'ecclesiastical'
British English: ecclesiastical ADJECTIVE
Ecclesiastical means belonging to or connected with the Christian Church.
My ambition was to travel upwards in the ecclesiastical hierarchy.
Definition of ecclesiastical from the Collins English Dictionary
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