advential

adjective
ad·​ven·​tial | \ (ˈ)ad-¦ven(t)-shəl\

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First Known Use of advential

1899, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for advential

Latin adventus (past participle) + English -ial

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The first known use of advential was in 1899

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