Sacramental meaning

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Of, relating to, or used in a sacrament.
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Consecrated or bound by or as if by a sacrament.

A sacramental duty.

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Having the force or efficacy of a sacrament.
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A rite, act, or sacred object used by some Christian churches in worship.
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Of or relating to a sacrament.
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Being or resembling a sacrament.
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Something, as the use of holy water, instituted or approved by the Church as a pious means of petitioning divine help and favor.
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Used in, or relating to, a sacrament.

The altar boys were sacked after they were caught sampling the sacramental wine instead of just passing it to the priest before communion.

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(Christianity, chiefly Roman Catholicism) An object (such as holy water or a crucifix) or an action (such as making the sign of the cross) which is regarded as encouraging devotion and thus spiritually aiding the person who uses it.
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Origin of sacramental

From Ecclesiastical Latin sacrāmentālis.