The bailiffs of these corporation lands were unordained brothers of the Order.
The parish churches were cleared of their unordained ministers.
This church has 21 native priests and 158 unordained catechists.
If He be infinite power, can any circumstance be unordained by Him?
The Baptists in all this region considered him as their greatest layman and their unordained Bishop.
And for order sake where that may be had, the unordained are not to be received as pastors.
Thus did I, who had been vowed to the anchorite order of St. Augustine, enter upon my life as an unordained anchorite.
Such cures were held in these northern counties by unordained persons, till about the middle of George II.
late 13c., "to appoint or admit to the ministry of the Church," from stem of Old French ordener "place in order, arrange, prepare; consecrate, designate" (Modern French ordonner) and directly from Latin ordinare "put in order, arrange, dispose, appoint," from ordo (genitive ordinis) "order" (see order (n.)). The notion is "to confer holy orders upon." Meaning "to decree, enact" is from c.1300; sense of "to set (something) that will continue in a certain order" is from early 14c. Related: Ordained; ordaining.