Definition of Concelebrants

1. concelebrant [n] - See also: concelebrant



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Concelebrants

conceits
conceity
conceiv'd
conceivability
conceivable
conceivableness
conceivably
conceive
conceive of
conceived
conceiver
conceivers
conceives
conceiving
concelebrant
concelebrants (current term)
concelebrate
concelebrated
concelebrates
concelebrating
concelebration
concelebrations
concensus
concent
concenter
concentered
concentering
concenters
concentrate
concentrate on

Literary usage of Concelebrants

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1. The Historians of Scotland (1874)
"18), or because a visitor, as in the present instance. Sometimes two, or probably more, acted as concelebrants, " simul verbis et mann ..."

2. Adamnani Vita S. Columbae by Adamnan, William Reeves (1894)
"... It appears to have been usual at lona for two priests to act as concelebrants. ... ordination of priests, at which the newly ordained are concelebrants. ..."

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