scriptural

[ skrip-cher-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF scriptural

Synonyms for scriptural

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The scriptural truths are to be judged by no other test than that of their worth for life.

This illustrates the scriptural term in the history of Deborah.

There was, indeed, but little said, but the words were savory and Scriptural.

Yet we have scriptural authority for it: "Deceiving and being deceived."

There have been three different cubits—the Scriptural, the Roman, and the English.

The place given it in the text is that in which it appears in the scriptural record.

This conception is confirmed as a fact by scriptural attestation.

Every one knew that it had come about in church history and was not scriptural or primitive.

The Scriptural injunction is to be obeyed: "Resist the devil, and he will flee from you."

This is certainly going beyond Scriptural authority and example.

WORD ORIGIN

1640s, from Modern Latin scripturalis, from Latin scriptura (see scripture). Related: Scripturally.

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biblical

adjectiverelating to the Bible
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