Of, relating to, or resembling confession.(adjective)
A small enclosed stall in which a priest hears confessions.(noun)
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Use "confessional" in a sentence
"Due to the built-in confessional quotas of the Lebanese political system, and the fact that Hizbullah has pointedly refrained from seeking more parliament seats than it won in 2005, a March 8th majority would — by necessity — have to be dominated by the Michel Aoun-led Change & Reform bloc."
"The secret confessional is the "can-fessional", which is a camera in the bathroom."
"The ritual of the Catholic confessional is comforting and reassuring, releasing guilt, cleansing, but at the same time disciplining and policing."