Examples of ministerial in a Sentence
She holds a ministerial office.
They function in a ministerial capacity in the embassy.
Recent Examples of ministerial from the Web
Promoted to ministerial roles after entering parliament in 2011, Chan is also Secretary-General of the National Trades Union Congress and Deputy Chairman of the People’s Association.
The occasion is the annual ministerial meeting of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, or ASEAN, which will be followed later this year by a meeting of the leaders of the organization's nations.
Many of its military strongmen and senior ministerial figures, including Vice President Tareck el Aissami, have been accused by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency of drug-trafficking.
Arriving at an EU ministerial meeting on the matter on Tuesday, Luxembourg's Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn made a play for the EBA, saying his country was already a European financial hub.
Against that backdrop of foreboding, of darker days ahead, of prime ministerial defenestration and a fresh election, of chaos and confusion, what meaning is there in a state visit?
A ministerial group from some Louisville neighborhoods hardest hit by the violence offered its own plan to combat the crime wave.
Last week, several ministerial buildings were damaged in the capital Brasilia -- including the Ministry of Agriculture, which was set on fire.
This month, the ministerial internship program at the North Cleveland Church of God in Cleveland, Tenn., commissioned the groom’s father to become a pastor.
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First Known Use of ministerial
Synonymsclerkly, clerical, pastoral, priestly, sacerdotal
Antonymslay, nonclerical, secular, temporal
Related Wordsevangelical (also evangelic), missionary; apostolic, canonical, diaconal, diocesan, episcopal, papal, patriarchal, pontifical; churchly, ecclesiastic, ecclesiastical; divine, holy, religious, sacramental; conventual, mendicant, monachal, monastic; caliphal, rabbinic (or rabbinical)
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Definition of ministerial for English Language Learners
: of or relating to a government minister
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