formulary

[ fawr-myuh-ler-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF formulary
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As for any formulary of religion, follow in that the fashion of your country—'

In the formulary of the Church of England, might not thirty-eight out of the thirty-nine be very well spared?

They were frequent enough to justify, in a Formulary of 1645, the insertion of a formula framed to meet them.

Democratic Socialism has, hitherto at least, adopted on its party programme no formulary of the normal working-day required by it.

This formulary may be considered specially successful and almost conclusive.

In the time of Justinian the work was complete, and the formulary system had disappeared.

A formulary was drawn up, to which academicians were expected to subscribe, and this produced a great excitement.

He made a draught of a kind of Formulary, in which the Catholics and Protestants were to join: it was this.

But as a formulary, how full and comprehensive is that of the Church of England!

Custom has prescribed a formulary for making this inquiry, which is in the following words.

WORD ORIGIN

1540s, from French formulaire "collection of formulae," from Latin formularius from formula (see formula).

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