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
In a sign of the growing appeal of the term 'fact-checking,' Czech prime ministerial candidate Andrej Babiš launched a website aping an existing fact-checking outfit's name.
Abe appointed only two women to ministerial posts in a Cabinet reshuffle in August, down from three and five respectively in his previous two cabinets.
Becoming Strong’ Another document that helped lay the groundwork for his report was a speech made late July to a party congress workshop attended by more than 300 provincial and ministerial level officials.
The ministerial massacre leaves Mr Kuczynski looking enfeebled.
Today, as the WTO gears up for its 11th ministerial conference, American leadership is absent.
Friday’s court decision mostly affected members of the less-pivotal upper house Senate, though Mr. Turnbull was forced to make a hurried ministerial shuffle after losing Mr. Joyce and Ms. Nash.
The royal decree ordered the formation of a ministerial body to give advice within 30 days and then implement the order by June 24, 2018, according to state news agency SPA.
Canada, China and the EU organized the ministerial meeting in Montreal just before world leaders descend on New York for the United Nations General Assembly.
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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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