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vicarial

adjective vi·car·i·al \vī-ˈker-ē-əl, və-\

Definition of VICARIAL

1
:  vicarious 1
2
:  of or relating to a vicar

Origin of VICARIAL

Latin vicarius
First Known Use: 1617

Rhymes with VICARIAL

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