Origin of ministerial
Related Words for ministerialclerical, diplomatic, consular, canonical, clergy, ecclesiastic, ecclesiastical, holy, pastoral, religious, valid
Examples from the Web for ministerial
Contemporary Examples of ministerial
The sisters, who volunteered for relief work in addition to ministerial service through their order, were extraordinary women.Caught: Female Assassin Who Allegedly Murdered Five American Nuns
Barbie Latza Nadeau
September 22, 2014
The “ministerial exemption” covers minister-like people, too.Why Progressives Just Woke Up and Killed ENDA
July 9, 2014
But in order to succeed, the band of ministerial mavericks needs to capitalize on their momentum.Argentina’s Drag & Drop Democracy
March 12, 2014
This is the work of bureaucrats who worked on it behind the back even of the ministerial level in Brussels.Behind the Scenes of the E.U. Settlement Announcement
July 22, 2013
If, as expected, Jassim leaves his ministerial posts, that will mark a major change.Qatar’s Succession Drama
June 25, 2013
Historical Examples of ministerial
Before, however, the bill was passed a ministerial crisis had intervened.
Mr. Gladstone defended the ministerial action with spirit and effect.
Vehement cheers from the ministerial benches; cries of "Order!"Alice, or The Mysteries, Complete
As Bache had said, the ministerial crisis was still dragging on.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
Now both these are branches of the servile or ministerial art.Statesman
1560s, of religion; 1650s, of state; in some uses from Middle French ministériel and directly from Medieval Latin ministerialis "pertaining to service, of a minister," from Latin ministerium (see ministry); in some cases probably directly from minister or ministry.