Origin of Tridentine
OTHER WORDS FROM Tridentinepost-Tri·den·tine, adjectivepre-Tri·den·tine, adjective
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How to use Tridentine in a sentence
Tridentine, trī-den′tin, adj. pertaining to the Council of Trent (1545-63), or to its decrees.
Sixtus V. determined to put a stop to a license which rendered the Tridentine provisions almost nugatory.
Their compromises led to ethical hypocrisies and to that dogmatic despotism which was confirmed by the Tridentine Council.Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature|John Addington Symonds
Why,” rejoined the Dean, “that looks more like Tridentine theology.Recollections of a Long Life|John Stoughton
This commenced early, as is shown in some curiously contradictory utterances, in 1568, respecting the Tridentine Index.A History of the Inquisition of Spain; vol. 3|Henry Charles Lea
British Dictionary definitions for Tridentine
- of or relating to the Council of Trent
- in accord with Tridentine doctrine