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Origin of laic
OTHER WORDS FROM laicla·i·cal·ly, adverb
Words nearby laic
Example sentences from the Web for laic
Touching my peers, it is but necessary to say, that Mistress Martha Trapbois will none of them, whether clerical or laic.The Fortunes of Nigel|Sir Walter Scott
To offset such irrefutable evidence there is not one contemporary reference to a laic, or communal purpose.
Viollet-le-Duc called Laon the laic cathedral par excellence.
He was a faithful Laic and an Oblate, and when he finished his course was seventy years of age.
He was a devout man and very trusty; a Laic and Resignate that was born at Ralt, and he was nearly seventy-one years old.