institutional

[ in-sti-too-shuh-nl, -tyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF institutional

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It is not science which is undermining the future of institutional religion.

In speaking he would have been constitutional, in holding his tongue he was institutional.

It is not possible to make of every rural church an institutional church.

The gay little warblers are not institutional to that degree.

No institutional work can take the place of work of this kind.

Of the present total membership 332 are library or institutional members, 24 of whom have joined since last August.

Had you thought of trying to send her to one of our institutional homes in the East?

This is expounded by the author of the Ádarśa, and other institutional authorities.

The social and institutional character of law is too obvious to permit that.

A church on this order takes the name of the institutional church.