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Definition of "oecumenical" [oecumenical]

  • Alternative spelling of ecumenical. (noun)

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Use "oecumenical" in a sentence
  • "We must not forget, however, that there were also bishops elsewhere who conducted a so-called oecumenical correspondence and enjoyed great influence, as, e.g.,"
  • "The Nicene Creed, drafted by an 'oecumenical' conference of bishops under the auspices of Constantine himself, [1] was the last notable formulation of Ancient Greek philosophy."
  • "The local mosque's oecumenical affairs debating team?"
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