of or relating to benediction.
Also ben·e·dic·tion·a·le [ben-i-dik-shuh-ney-lee]. /ˌbɛn ɪˌdɪk ʃəˈneɪ li/. a book of benedictions.
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How to use benedictional in a sentence
The typical specimen of this kind is the benedictional of Æthelwold (between 963 and 970).Anglo-Saxon Literature | John Earle
His benedictional, ornamented with thirty beautiful miniatures, is in the possession of the Duke of Devonshire.
The one shown in (c) is a free rendering of the letters used in the famous benedictional of thelwold.Illumination and its Development in the Present Day | Sidney Farnsworth
In the treasury is a Greek benedictional cross, with subjects carved in wood, and a silver-gilt enamelled case.The Shores of the Adriatic | F. Hamilton Jackson
Small benedictional crosses belong to each altar, and processional crosses are common.