Definition of Confiteor

1. n. A form of prayer in which public confession of sins is made.



Definition of Confiteor

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Confiteor

confirms
confiscable
confiscatable
confiscate
confiscated
confiscates
confiscating
confiscation
confiscations
confiscator
confiscators
confiscatory
confit
confitent
confitents
confiteor (current term)
confiteors
confits
confiture
confitures
confix
confixative
confixed
confixes
confixing
conflab
conflabs
conflagrant
conflagrate
conflagrated

Literary usage of Confiteor

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1. Ceremonial According to the Roman Rite by Giuseppe Baldeschi (1873)
"APPENDIX. THE TONES FOR THE confiteor, PRAYERS, EPISTLE, AND GOSPEL. confiteor. Con-fi-te-or De-o om-ni-po-ten-ti, Be-a-tse Mar-ri-ee sem-per ..."

2. Pastels in Prose by Stuart Merrill, William Dean Howells (1890)
"THE confiteor OF THE ARTIST. ]ow penetrating are the dying days of autumn ! Ah! penetrating unto pain! For there are certain delicious sensations whose ..."

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