Definition of Papally

1. adv. In a papal manner; popishly



Definition of Papally

1. Adverb. in papal fashion ¹

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Definition of Papally

1. papal [adv] - See also: papal

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Papally

papal nuncio
papal supremacy
papalise
papalised
papalises
papalism
papalisms
papalist
papalists
papalities
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papally (current term)
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papaphilia
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paparazzification
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Literary usage of Papally

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1. The difficulties of Romanism by George Stanley Faber (1830)
"Hence they are brought to the goodly conclusion : that The papally ... and the papally ratified Councils of Nice and Trent which established image-worship, ..."

2. Religious Thought in England in the Nineteenth Century by John Hunt (1896)
"But hitherto there was no question of the validity of a consecration. Cranmer was consecrated papally, ecclesiastically, civilly. But not so Parker. ..."

3. Publications by English Dialect Society (1850)
"7 By "generally-recognised," however, ie not to be understood "papally-canonized;" St. Ma- lachy of Armagh, deceased in 1148, and St. Laurence of Dublin ..."

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