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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

A member of a particular church with headquarter in Rome, Italy.

Usage examples (30)
  • She was raised in a catholic home.
  • catholic in one's tastes
  • Nay if it even be what they term catholic, they pretend a title, as if the kings of Castile were the natural heirs of all the world.
  • The word catholic was obviously quite current in the time of Tertullian. for more
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  • The "Catholic" (member of the Roman Catholic Church) priest may or may not have a "catholic" (comprehensive or universal) view of religious history.
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