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Definition of "sentential" [sen•ten•tial]

  • Of, relating to, or comprised of sentences (adjective)
  • Of or relating to a sentence (period of time) (adjective)

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Use "sentential" in a sentence
  • "To the same purpose we must, therefore, briefly also consider what is usually disputed about our own personal righteousness, with a justification thereon; as also what is called sentential justification at the day of judgment."
  • "A very few words will also free our inquiry from any concernment in that which is called sentential justification, at the day of judgement; for of what nature soever it be, the person concerning whom that sentence is pronounced was, — (1.)"
  • "This leads a large number of people aware that there is no linguistic reason to avoid split infinitives (or singular they, or sentential hopefully, etc.) to still avoid using them for fear that someone of some importance will judge them harshly."