Even people who "called themselves Christians" only entered a pew and enjoyed a hebdomadal siesta in church.
He spoke of the honour of Oxford men and the consistency of the hebdomadal Board, compared with others he had to deal with.
A careful examination of human beings during this hebdomadal period of carnival leads us to question the doctrine.
Even the hebdomadal excursions of the citizen will conduct him over or near many such scenes.
Hang the hebdomadal Council,” he wrote; or, of a certain meeting of another body, “I was opposed by two fools and a knave.
Apart from this hebdomadal use its proper function was to hold dirty dishes and soiled clothes for the washing.
hebdomadal, heb-dom′a-dal, adj. occurring every seven days: weekly—also Hebdom′adary.
The list of the beauties who displayed their hebdomadal finery at the parish church of Waverley was neither numerous nor select.
These hebdomadal balls have not yet been introduced at Colney Hatch.
Messrs. Grey and Green and found in one corner of the tent enjoying himself thoroughly in a disquisition on the hebdomadal board.