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[ UK /mˌɪnɪstˈi‍əɹɪə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˌmɪnɪˈstiɹiəɫ/ ]
  1. of or relating to a government minister or ministry
    ministerial decree
  2. of or relating to a minister of religion or the minister's office
    ministerial duties
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How To Use ministerial In A Sentence

  • Further appointments at a more junior ministerial rank are to come. Computing
  • But since there's nothing at all wrong with the statute that requires him to perform the ministerial task he has so far petulantly avoided, and because his malfeasance has been used to aggrieve the lawfully appointed Burris, White should be harshly condemned at the very least. Jeff Norman: Victory For Blago and Burris is Imminent
  • YTM provides theological, spiritual, and ministerial formation both to high-school students and to their teachers and ministers.
  • Supposing Blair is correct, and parents do espy special, precious things that childless adults never can, it would still be reassuring to know that these are not outweighed by the associated burdens of exhaustion, continual interruption and prime ministerial anxiety about how to blag a first-class education without going private. Surely Dave and Nick have got better things to do? | Catherine Bennett
  • The President made clear he did not want to see the steel quota bill go through because the United States was going forward on further trade liberalization and progress at the WTO administerial in Seattle; did not want to see us in a position where we were passing a law that would be inconsistent with the rules of the WTO. Press Briefing By Sandy Berger And Gene Sperling
  • This will entail government acting inter-ministerially - creating a conducive environment for the private sector investment in the provision of accommodation, hospitality and leisure. Discussion Documents for Commissions
  • In the next two sections he looks at issues in ministerial life and the wider church.
  • Their ministerial responsibilities, however unglamorous, matter to thousands of people, as the family credit fiasco showed.
  • Johnson at this period, the Latin poems which he contributed in praise of Cave, and of Cave's friends, or the Jacobite squibs by which he relieved his anti-ministerialist feelings. Samuel Johnson
  • I see his ministerial car waiting for him at 10 o'clock every night - whoosh, he is off into the night in his chauffeur-driven car!
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