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Lexicographically close words:
formost; forms; formula; formulae; formularies; formulas; formulate; formulated; formulates; formulating
  1. Defn: A formulary of prayers; the book of offices in the Greek Church, containing the liturgy, sacraments, and forms of prayers.

  2. Defn: An established formula for public worship, or the entire ritual for public worship in a church which uses prescribed forms; a formulary for public prayer or devotion.

  3. A formulary according to the directions of which things are to be taken or combined; a recipe; as, a receipt for making sponge cake.

  4. He waved in one hand a branch of vervain, that propitious herb; he recited a set formulary of verses, such as are wont to be sung before the Averruncal gods, He that stood by the table was no ordinary magician.

  5. It will not stop there," said the king, to whom it was announced that the daughters of Port-Royal consented to sign the formulary on condition only of giving an explanation of their conduct.

  6. A formulary in which the articles of faith are comprised; a creed to be assented to or signed, as a preliminary to admission to membership of a church; a confession of faith.

  7. Bromidia probably contains no more cannabis indica than does its National Formulary prototype.

  8. How far the formulary mention of the Dii Manes on sepulcres may be taken as a proof of the continued existence of the belief in which it undoubtedly originated is a question very difficult to decide.

  9. The Cardinal Portocarrero and the inquisitor-general Rocaberti believed in sorcery, and after persuading the king that he was bewitched, they entreated him to suffer himself to be exorcised according to the formulary of the church.

  10. In the formulary of the Church of England, might not thirty-eight out of the thirty-nine be very well spared?

  11. In other words, we must read the Act thus:-- "No religious catechism or religious formulary which is distinctive of any particular denominations shall be taught.

  12. No religious catechism or religious formulary which is distinctive of any particular denomination shall be taught in the school.

  13. A formulary of about 1740 contains a letter to be sent to magistrates granting billets on familiars, couched in the old arrogant and peremptory terms and threatening excommunication and a fine of two hundred ducats.

  14. The commissioners never ventured to assert that the States-General were sovereign, or that the central government had a right to prescribe a religious formulary for all the United Provinces.

  15. Saccharinization is, therefore, carried out in the formulary by triturating the drug with a saturated (3 per cent.

  16. Formulae for the preparation of the stock sugars referred to in this formulary will be found in Chapter VIII.

  17. From a Formulary in Archivo histórico nacional, Inquisicion de Toledo, Legajo 498).

  18. Philadelphia College of Pharmacy Formulary As the years went by and therapeutic laissez-faire continued to operate, conditions worsened.

  19. Barneveld a formulary or copy of the best, soundest, wisest, and best couched despatches done by several preceding ambassadors in order to regulate myself accordingly for the greater service of the Province and for my uttermost reputation.

  20. National Formulary would answer every purpose served by the proprietary preparation.

  21. A statement in the preface of the new National Formulary runs: “The scope of the present National Formulary is the same as in previous issues, and is based on medical usage rather than on therapeutic ideals.

  22. Galega, or goat’s rue (Galega officinalis), is an herb described in the National Formulary as being slightly bitter and astringent.

  23. Pharmacopeia or National Formulary or for unessential modifications of such articles.

  24. By my side, on this parchment, lies the formulary of questions to be addressed by Reburrus, when the curtain is withdrawn, to the Oracle of the Mysteries of other Spheres.

  25. Spener’s opposition to the compulsory use of fixed Scripture portions, prescribed forms of prayer, and the exorcism formulary occasioned the most violent contentions.

  26. Urgent recommendation of the adoption of a fixed formulary in the celebration of the Lord's Supper.

  27. Urgent recommendation of the adoption of a fixed formulary in the celebration of the Lord's Supper, 241 CCL.

  28. This is not to be understood as an acknowledgment that the doctrinal and philological objections to the formulary as it originally stood were sound and sufficient.

  29. There ought to be a heart of fire underneath the calm surface of every formulary of worship.

  30. The Prayer for Imprisoned Debtors is believed to be the only formulary actually dropped.

  31. Without altering at all the structure of the Evening Prayer, it would be perfectly possible so to refill or reclothe that formulary as to give it the one thing needful which now it lacks--freshness.

  32. Every sect represented in the Alliance has a more or less extensive formulary of belief, resting upon supposed divine revelation, and including a good many other tenets besides the half-dozen or so held up by Dr.

  33. I have said as to Christian rite and formulary availing against sorcery, not as a charm, but as a weapon of faith.

  34. This, then, in two words, is the attitude of Jansenism in Holland: it refuses to condemn the sense of Jansenius by signature to the formulary of Alexander VII.

  35. The first formulary (libellum or libellus repudii) for a divorce by mutual consent in the folk-laws appears in the formulae Andegavenses, a collection made in the last quarter of the same century: ibid.

  36. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "formulary" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
    Other words:
    act; authoritative; baptismal; bill; binding; canon; canonical; ceremonial; ceremonious; ceremony; code; criterion; decree; dictate; didactic; duty; edict; enactment; extrinsic; form; formal; formalistic; formality; formula; formulary; function; impersonal; institution; instructive; jus; law; legalistic; legislation; lex; litany; liturgic; liturgical; liturgy; mandatory; manual; maxim; measure; missal; mystery; norm; observance; office; official; ordinal; ordinance; outward; pedantic; practice; preceptive; prescribed; prescript; prescription; prescriptive; principle; receipt; recipe; regulation; rite; ritual; ritualistic; rubric; rule; ruling; sacramental; service; solemnity; standard; statute; statutory; superficial; surface