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Definition of "nonliturgical" [nonliturgical]

  • Not liturgical. (adjective)

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Use "nonliturgical" in a sentence
  • "As Mr. Hampson says, "It is nonliturgical, intended not for the dead but for us, the living.""
  • "For Baptists and other nonliturgical Protestants, the sermon itself is a verbal sacrament in which Christ is made present through the medium of language, rather than in blessed bread and wine."
  • "Dante's Divina Commedia, that great compendium of such traditions, contains a sys - tematic array of many such liturgical and nonliturgical motifs."