[ UK /ɐnˈɔ‍ɪntmənt/ ]
  1. the act of applying oil or an oily liquid
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How To Use anointment In A Sentence

  • South Korean spies yesterday said the communist state's most powerful institutions had sworn loyalty to Jong-woon, suggesting that the formal anointment process had begun.
  • When the country introduced the constitution of 1849 and thus became a constitutional monarchy, anointment was also abandoned.
  • The anointment of n|om takes place inside the Creator. The Bushman Way of Tracking God
  • But her anointment by Mr. da Silva, who has steered Brazil through one of its greatest periods of prosperity, automatically made her a contender.
  • John McCain's campaign has asked a Hollywood agent to sprinkle some glitter over his anointment.
  • Which doesn't mean that there won't be grilling and goadings as Lord Patten proceeds to anointment. Lord Patten's role could be to take the BBC into Europe
  • In western as in eastern Christendom coronation was a religious rite which began with the anointment of the ruler with holy oil.
  • Our president was not a bad choice, but maybe, just maybe, his anointment was a tad premature. Vail Daily - Top Stories
  • Even if one has no particular fondness for JET, he may have fondness for other institutions whose anointment derives from the same structure as JET's. Truth in Advertising: Does the Journal of Economic Theory Contain Economics or Theory?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • He wasn't alone in being unsure exactly what it was supposed to mean, but it was clearly an anointment for the future.
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