pontifical

[ pon-tif-i-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF pontifical

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PONTIFICAL

There was much of the Pontifical in me, for I was a rapt radical.

I offer a friend a bottle of '44 claret, fit for a pontifical supper.

Claude assumed the majestic and pontifical attitude of a Samuel.

Everything about him became, as it were, pontifical, almost sacramental.

But a railway the subjects of the Pontifical Government cannot have.

I am writing treatises on augural, pontifical, and civil law.

Before him are borne the triple crown and other Pontifical ornaments.

He felt that he could not argue with the pontifical zouave of bygone days.

Tristan began to note the evidences of life in the Pontifical City.

Not all the troops in the Pontifical states could have taken me.

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