exegetical

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adjective ex·e·get·i·cal \ˌek-sə-ˈje-ti-kəl\
variants: or less commonly

exegetic

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Definition of exegetical

  1. :  of or relating to exegesis :  explanatory an exegetical text

Examples of exegetical in a sentence

  1. <a new edition of Shakespeare with an abundance of exegetical commentary for the modern reader>

Origin and Etymology of exegetical

Greek exēgētikos, from exēgeisthai


First Known Use: circa 1623



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