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scriptural

[ skrip-cher-uhl ]
/ ˈskrɪp tʃər əl /
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adjective
(sometimes initial capital letter) of, relating to, or in accordance with sacred writings, especially the Scriptures.
rendered in or related to writing.
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Origin of scriptural

From the Late Latin word scrīptūrālis, dating back to 1635–45. See Scripture, -al1

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British Dictionary definitions for scriptural

scriptural
/ (ˈskrɪptʃərəl) /

adjective
(often capital) of, in accordance with, or based on Scripture
of or relating to writing

Derived forms of scriptural

scripturally, adverb
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