noun, plural Cal·va·ries for 2, 3.
Origin of Calvary
Related Words for calvarytorture, difficulty, agony, nightmare, trial, calamity, torment, anguish, ordeal, distress, visitation, cross, tribulation, affliction, test, crucible, load, hassle, irritation, unhappiness
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Contemporary Examples of calvary
Smith rehired at least two leaders who had been fired by other Calvary churches for sexual misconduct.
Other Calvary pastors have been removed when they were convicted of similar crimes.
Kestler was, at the time, a star player in Calvary's growing radio network.
When Heitzig departed to pastor another Calvary church in California, he chose Pete Nelson as his successor.
The accusations kept getting tawdrier, but, still, Calvary has seemed willing to stand behind its men.
Historical Examples of calvary
"The best plan would be to climb to the Calvary," said M. de Guersaint.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
It was understood that the left wing of the 1st corps was to take care of the Calvary of Illy.The Downfall
An impassioned mother, she had been ascending her calvary ever since her son's death.Fruitfulness
What matter if it was hard; if it was difficult; if it was bitter as Marah and steep as Calvary?
Such was the first step on the Calvary he intended to ascend.