Definition of Concelebrate

1. v. t. To celebrate together.



Definition of Concelebrate

1. Verb. To celebrate along with others ¹

2. Verb. (context: of a newly ordained priest) To celebrate a mass along with the bishop who ordained him ¹

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Definition of Concelebrate

1. [v -BRATED, -BRATING, -BRATES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Concelebrate

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

Literary usage of Concelebrate

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1. The Civil and Ecclesiastical History of Scotland: A. D. LXXX.-DCCXVIII. by Thomas Innes (1853)
"In the Church of Paris, on Maundy Thursday, two priests concelebrate in the same manner with the bishop, pronounce all with him, and communicate with him in ..."

2. Publications by Spalding Club, Aberdeen (1853)
"In the Church of Paris, on Maundy Thursday, two priests concelebrate in the same manner with the bishop, pronounce all with him, and communicate with him in ..."

3. Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature by John McClintock, James Strong, Roul Tunley (1883)
"... Pater," say all the missal pravers with the bishop—concelebrate with him. This concel- ebration ia in use also in the ..."

4. Chapters of Early English Church History by William Bright (1888)
"But it was clearly the prerogative of a Celtic bishop to consecrate alone, whereas priests used to ' concelebrate,' or repeat the words and acts of ..."

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