Benedictional



of or relating to benediction.
Also, benedictionale
[ben-i-dik-shuh-ney-lee] /ˌbɛn ɪˌdɪk ʃəˈneɪ li/ (Show IPA). a book of benedictions.
Historical Examples

Anglo-Saxon Literature John Earle
Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 65, No. 402, April, 1849 Various

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