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Definition of "liturgically" [li•tur•gic•al•ly]

  • In the manner of liturgy. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "liturgically" in a sentence
  • "Their sometimes confused requests for help have taught me that many people will give up on what you might call liturgically correct computing advice: They get tired, they get lost, they get intimidated and sometimes they wind up worse off than if they'd done nothing."
  • "Is it given fervent expression liturgically, sacramentally, through prayer, acts of charity, a concern for justice, and respect for God's creation?"
  • "Even, here, however, I read him to advocate no more than a kind of liturgically-tinged voluntary solidarism as a way of restraining some of the harmful effects of the “creative destruction” so typical of the state-capitalist marketplace."