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Define ecclesiastical: of or relating to the Christian church or clergy — ecclesiastical in a sentence
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a (1) indefinite article, form of an used before consonants, mid-12c., a weakened form of Old English an “one” (see an). The disappearance of the -n-before consonants
Ecclesiastical definition, of or relating to the church or the clergy; churchly; clerical; not secular. See more.
sec·u·lar (sĕk′yə-lər) adj. 1. a. Worldly rather than spiritual: the secular affairs of the parish. b. Not relating to religion or to a religious body
s’mores snack treat, 1937, from ish contraction of some more, as in “I’d like some more of those.” S’more as a contraction is recorded by 1887.
Simony definition, the making of profit out of sacred things. See more.