Definition of Virtualism

1. Noun. The view, believed to have been held by Calvin and other church reformers contrary to the Catholic doctrine of transubstantiation, that the bread and wine (in Christian Holy Communion) do not literally transform into flesh and blood but are the medium or mechanism through which the spiritual or immaterial essence of the flesh and blood of Jesus Christ are received. . ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Virtualism

virtual private networks
virtual private server
virtual realities
virtual reality
virtual storage
virtualisable
virtualisation
virtualisations
virtualise
virtualised
virtualiser
virtualisers
virtualises
virtualising
virtualism (current term)
virtualist
virtualists
virtualities
virtuality
virtualizable
virtualization
virtualizations
virtualize
virtualized
virtualizer
virtualizers
virtualizes
virtualizing
virtuall

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