Examples of ministerial in a Sentence
She holds a ministerial office.
They function in a ministerial capacity in the embassy.
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Bishop Dorman will be most dearly remembered for his 56 selfless years in ministerial service to our Lord.
Blackburn’s ministerial career dates from 1972 and included serving as pastor at Trinity Baptist Church in Kerrville from 1984 to 1999.
Opposition Talks The prime ministerial candidates of the opposition Socialists, the Democratic Coalition, known as DK, and Politics Can Be Different, or LMP, used their speeches on Thursday to urge steps to build an alliance against Orban.
In his home-town constituency near Naples, the M5S’s prime ministerial candidate, Luigi Di Maio (pictured above, middle), took almost two-thirds of the votes.
The prime minister, who denies all wrongdoing, has responded by lashing out at his and Israel’s enemies and generally conducting his prime ministerial business as usual.
Mexico’s top negotiator, Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo, will meet U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer in Washington early Wednesday and a ministerial meeting with Mexico, the U.S. and Canada is planned for Friday.
In the following years, as he was bounced around foster homes from Escondido to San Diego, Harris served a ministerial apprenticeship.
As leader of the conservative, Bavaria-only Christian Social Union, Seehofer, 68, was criticized previously for only nominating men for his party's ministerial posts.
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Origin and Etymology of ministerial
MINISTERIAL Defined for English Language Learners
: of or relating to a government minister
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