Origin of sacramental
Examples from the Web for sacramentally
Sacramentally, when we express this in our solemn baptismal covenanting and dedication.A Christian Directory|Baxter Richard
And to eat a little of the Totem sacramentally, in order to confirm ones identity with it, may be allowed or (rather) required.The Origin of Man and of his Superstitions|Carveth Read
I belong to him—I sacramentally joined myself to him for life.Jude the Obscure|Thomas Hardy
Before that feast could be entered upon, the sins of the people had to be confessed and (sacramentally) expiated.
British Dictionary definitions for sacramentally
Word Origin and History for sacramentally
late 14c., from Old French sacramental or directly from Late Latin sacramentalis, from sacramentum (see sacrament). As a noun, "religious practice or object," mid-15c.