Examples of christening in a Sentence
The whole family was invited to the christening.
Recent Examples of christening from the Web
She’s worn it on many occasions, including her first (and only) meeting with President John F. Kennedy, Prince William’s christening, and at last year’s Royal Ascot.
Prince Gabriel was born on August 31; his parents are reportedly planning his christening for December 1.
Can a devout baker refuse to sell a cake to an interfaith couple, and can an atheist one say a Christian can’t buy cupcakes for a christening? Can a sexist baker refuse to serve a female customer?
This new picture is in honor of his christening, which will take place on December 1.
An astounding four special pieces were created to celebrate her birth this past May, and another, featuring a pair of cherubs playing the harp, for her recent christening.
In October 2015, the couple celebrated Della’s christening in Roslyn, New York, where New York Governor Andrew Cuomo — who also presided over her parents’ wedding — was named godfather.
Early on is footage of Gaga and her family at church for the christening of a baby.
Borussia Dortmund manager Peter Bosz was given a comfortable Bundesliga christening by his new side, beating last season's relegation strugglers VfL Wolfsburg 0-3.
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First Known Use of christening
CHRISTENING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of christening for English Language Learners
: the ceremony of baptizing and naming a child
: the official ceremony in which something (such as a ship) is named
CHRISTENING Defined for Kids
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