Definition of Preconciliar

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preconciliar

preconceived
preconceived idea
preconceived notion
preconceived opinion
preconceives
preconceiving
preconcentrated
preconcentration
preconcentrations
preconception
preconceptions
preconcert
preconcerted
preconcerting
preconcerts
preconciliar (current term)
precondemn
precondemned
precondemning
precondemns
precondition
preconditioned
preconditioner
preconditioners
preconditioning
preconditions
preconference
preconfigure
preconfigured
preconfigures

Literary usage of Preconciliar

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1. Alexandrian and Carthaginian Theology Contrasted by John Bickford Heard (1893)
"They went out from us because they were not of us ; " this is the only anathema known in the age of preconciliar Church teaching. The same gospel which was ..."

2. Alexandrian and Carthaginian Theology Contrasted by John Bickford Heard (1893)
"They went out from us because they were not of us ; " this is the only anathema known in the age of preconciliar Church teaching. The same gospel which was ..."

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