Definition of Ecclesiasticism

1. Noun. Excessive adherence to ecclesiastical forms and activities. "Their ecclesiasticism overwhelmed their religion"

Generic synonyms: Adherence, Adhesion, Attachment



2. Noun. Religion appropriate to a church and to ecclesiastical principles and practices.
Generic synonyms: Faith, Religion, Religious Belief

Definition of Ecclesiasticism

1. n. Strong attachment to ecclesiastical usages, forms, etc.

Definition of Ecclesiasticism

1. Noun. Strong attachment to ecclesiastical usages, forms, etc. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Ecclesiasticism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ecclesiasticism

ecclesiarch
ecclesiarchs
ecclesiarchy
ecclesiast
ecclesiastic
ecclesiastical
ecclesiastical attire
ecclesiastical benefice
ecclesiastical calendar
ecclesiastical law
ecclesiastical mode
ecclesiastical province
ecclesiastical robe
ecclesiasticall
ecclesiastically
ecclesiasticism (current term)
ecclesiastick
ecclesiastics
ecclesiocracy
ecclesiological
ecclesiologies
ecclesiologist
ecclesiologists
ecclesiology
ecclesiophobia
ecco
eccoriate
eccrine
eccrine acrospiroma
eccrine gland

Literary usage of Ecclesiasticism

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1. The United Church of the United States by Charles Woodruff Shields (1895)
"FALSE ecclesiasticism. At this point we shall be met by several objections which must be ... It will be said that Church unity tends to ecclesiasticism. ..."

2. Race Life of the Aryan Peoples by Joseph Pomeroy Widney (1907)
"XIX THE PEOPLE VERSUS ecclesiasticism YET scarcely was the new faith seated in the land when the battle was on to keep it in its purity, and as a matter of ..."

3. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1908)
"... NY THE EBB OF ecclesiasticism. BY GEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND AM i. NO SINGLE fact impresses the investigator of religious problems more forcibly than the ..."

4. Church and State: Their Relations Historically Developed by Friedrich Heinrich Geffcken (1877)
"... the Fifth Century—Political furtherance of ecclesiasticism—Disruption of Roman Empire—Growing Independence of the Roman Bishop—Estrangement of Rome from ..."

5. The Westminster Review by John Chapman, Charles William Wason (1903)
"'LA ~ — us-all the extremists, ecclesiasticism and Imperialism. W the absolutists no i:Trr;--o us what the ..."

6. Facing the Twentieth Century: Our Country: Its Power and Peril by James Marcus King (1899)
"ORGANIZATIONS BASED UPON CONSCIOUSNESS OF PRESENT PERILS FROM ecclesiasticism. The creation in late years of multiplied patriotic organizations based upon ..."

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