prayerful

adjective prayer·ful \ ˈprer-fəl \

Definition of prayerful

prayerfully

play \ˈprer-fə-lē\ adverb

prayerfulness

noun

Examples of prayerful in a Sentence

  1. They gave their prayerful support to the victims of the tragedy.

  2. impressed by such prayerful petitioners, the governor promised that he'd see what he could do

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First Known Use of prayerful

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PRAYERFUL Defined for English Language Learners

prayerful

adjective

Definition of prayerful for English Language Learners

  • : tending to pray often

  • : involving prayer


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