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Synonyms for romish

of or relating to or supporting Romanism

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I had now lost my power of saying No, and, to cut the story short, I consented to be married; but to be the more private, we were carried farther into the country, and married by a Romish clergyman, who I was assured would marry us as effectually as a Church of England parson.
Istiklol got a goal each from Akhtam Nazarov and Romish Dhzalilov in the first half, before a second half brace from Manuchehr Dhzalilov ensured the Tajiks go into the second leg on Sept.
Dallas weaves together a plot in large part based on episodes from the Quijote as a rhetorical strategy to malign Catholicism, and this is very much in keeping with some of his other writings, as Vargas is not the only work in which Dallas attacks the Papacy and the Romish Church.
The Romish Doctrine concerning Purgatory, Pardons, Worshipping and Adoration, as well of Images as of Relics, and also Invocation of Saints, is a fond thing, vainly invented, and grounded upon no warranty of Scripture, but rather repugnant to the Word of God.
92) "That of these very many the Diuell works vpon to make Witches, is not to bee doubted: for first Sorcery is the practice of that Whore, the Romish Synagogue.
Thomas Jackson published Two Treatises on the Church defending the Anglican faith against the Roman, claiming that "the present visible Church of England retains the holy catholic faith, which the romish church hath defiled; and by defiling it hath lost that true union with the primitive and apostolic church which the visible church retaineth" (115).
Roman Catholic institutions are deeply rooted and the power of the Romish clergy in this community is great and vigilantly exercised," James wrote (39) Since 1844, when the Dominican constitution made Catholicism the official religion, the Dominican government had drafted and passed through Congress a concordat (Betances 2009:67).
See also L[aurence] H[umphrey], A View of the Romish Hydra and Monster, Traison, Against the Lords Annointed (Oxford, 1588; STC: 13966), 96-7.
The institution becomes the vehicle of national identity: found "alike faithful to its principles when it adhered to the monarchy during a successful rebellion, and when it opposed the monarch who would have brought back the Romish superstition" (qtd.
One such publication, under the concise title Saint Alphonsus Liguori, or Extracts from 'The Moral Theology' of the Above Romish Saint, Who Was Canonized in the Year 1839, with Remarks Thereon by the Rev.
The first goal was scored by Istiklol's Romish Jalilov, 19, at the beginning of the second half, Fathullo Fathulloyev brought the second goal.
Yet unless the Romish Mass of Christmas at least helps to make him right in a larger sense, the passage, and the whole issue of going to church on this day, in his circumstances, remains totally enigmatic.
With the notion of a Romish plot to reincorporate England into the Catholic Church naturally had commentators referring to the four monarchies and the need to escape Babylon.
Do any of those fathers know the questions which a Romish priest puts to these children, at confession?