1. resembling or suggesting or appropriate to a church
    churchlike silence
    the pure fragrance of churchly incense
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How To Use churchly In A Sentence

  • Our own churchly figurehead stands head and shoulders above most of his ecclesiastical contemporaries and many senior politicians.
  • His writing turns surprisingly dry and stiff, describing confessional theology essentially as a debating tournament about churchly forms.
  • the pure fragrance of churchly incense
  • For many poor, young, urban blacks, King was too middle-class and genteel, too Southern, too churchly and high-flown; Malcolm had lived as they had.
  • Unlike his brothers, he was a freelance artist with no churchly sinecure to guarantee him income.
  • Once I do get to leave the day job, I usually head to the church job, or do churchly duties at home.
  • Nineteenth-century pietism stressed individual encounters with the divine and denigrated churchly, corporate forms of devotion as Catholic paganizations of the gospel.
  • Raising his own goblet, Father Oppius blessed the congregation and the meal with a great rolling of churchly phrases ending in a cordial Benedicite.
  • It seems oddly coincidental, too, that in a movie teeming with churchly blondes, including Bethany's mother (Helen Hunt), the one meanspirited character in the movie—Bethany's rival Malina Birch (Sonya Balmores Chung)—is also the darkest of skin and blackest of hair. 'Arthur': He Drinks, Movie Falls Down
  • Await in those days, british land has 60% is to belong to churchly , but clergy cannot be managed quite, cannot pass next generation again, how to do?
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