Definition of Temporals

1. Noun. (plural of temporal) ¹



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Definition of Temporals

1. temporal [n] - See also: temporal

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Temporals

temporal surface
temporal vein
temporal veins
temporal venules of retina
temporalis
temporalis muscle
temporalise
temporalities
temporality
temporalize
temporalized
temporalizes
temporalizing
temporally
temporalness
temporals (current term)
temporalties
temporalty
temporaneous
temporaries
temporarily
temporariness
temporarinesses
temporary
temporary base
temporary callus
temporary cartilage
temporary denture
temporary expedient
temporary gentleman

Literary usage of Temporals

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1. Delineation of Roman Catholicism: Drawn from the Authentic and Acknowledged by Charles Elliott (1851)
"Some ascribe to the pope a direct and supreme power over the world in temporals as well as spirituals. Gregory VII. and Benedict XIV. cited: 4. ..."

2. The Dictionary of Legal Quotations: Or, Selected Dicta of English by James William Norton-Kyshe (1904)
"... submitting themselves to the Apostles, and after to other Pastors, to whom they did minister of their temporals, as God did move them. ..."

3. Sketches of the Life, Times and Character of the Rt. Rev. Benedict Joseph by Martin John Spalding (1852)
"... dispensations—Public penance—Two anecdotes—Reconciling enmities—Management of temporals—Two visits by Bishop Dubourg—Correspondence on new bishoprics—At ..."

4. Memoirs & Travels of Sir John Reresby, Bart by John Reresby (1904)
"... his holiness thinking the King of France was grown too big for his neighbours, and that therefore regard was to be had chiefly now for his temporals; ..."

5. The Papacy and the Civil Power by Richard Wigginton Thompson (1876)
"Claim of Divine Power over temporals by Pius IX.—Its Extent.—He alone Defines its Limits.—Effect of this in the United States. ..."

6. The Papacy and the Civil Power by Richard Wigginton Thompson (1876)
"The Roman Catholic Church must Rule in both Spirituals and temporals.—The People Need a Master. —Their Whole Duty is Obedience.—Infallibility: the Old and ..."

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