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Definition of "liturgic" [li•tur•gic]

  • Liturgical (adjective)

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Use "liturgic" in a sentence
  • "As Huizinga observed, even his meals "were ceremonies of a dignity that was almost liturgic.""
  • "The reformers in both countries were chiefly concerned in simplifying religious worship, and in giving to the laity a more active participation in it; the choir and anthem, the old liturgic hymn and antiphonal chant gave way to a great extent to hymns in the vernacular, set to the simplest music and sung by the whole congregation."
  • "Christian influence, but _omnipotentes_ was used as a liturgic epithet in"