[sak-ruh-men-tair-ee-uh n] /ˌsæk rə mɛnˈtɛər i ən/
a person who maintains that the Eucharistic elements have only symbolic significance and are not corporeal manifestations of Christ.
(lowercase) a sacramentalist.
of or relating to the Sacramentarians.
(lowercase) of or relating to the sacraments.
any Protestant theologian, such as Zwingli, who maintained that the bread and wine of the Eucharist were the body and blood of Christ only in a figurative sense and denied His real presence in these elements
one who believes in sacramentalism
of or relating to Sacramentarians
(not capital) of or relating to sacraments
noun 1. a port in and the capital of California, in the central part, on the Sacramento River. 2. a river flowing S from N California to San Francisco Bay. 382 miles (615 km) long. noun 1. a state in the W United States, on the Pacific coast. 158,693 sq. mi. (411,015 sq. km). Capital: […]
plural noun 1. a mountain range in S New Mexico and SW Texas: highest peak, Sierra Bianco, 12,003 feet (3660 meters).
noun 1. white sturgeon.
noun, plural sacraria [suh-krair-ee-uh] /səˈkrɛər i ə/ (Show IPA) 1. Roman Catholic Church. a piscina. 2. Ecclesiastical. the sanctuary or chancel. 3. Roman History. a shrine or sanctuary. noun (pl) -craria (-ˈkrɛərɪə) 1. the sanctuary of a church 2. (RC Church) a place near the altar of a church, similar in function to the piscina, […]