Definitions

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  • adjective Christlike

Etymologies

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Christ +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Christ's central idea was that a truly Christly life is a richer and more abundant life than what "those who are in darkness" are experiencing.

    Rob Asghar: How Gandhi-Hating Kills Christianity

  • Christ's central idea was that a truly Christly life is a richer and more abundant life than what "those who are in darkness" are experiencing.

    Rob Asghar: How Gandhi-Hating Kills Christianity

  • The theological differences are minor enough that Christly love, if you imitate His love, will cover them.

    John C. Wright Has Become Catholic

  • The theological differences are minor enough that Christly love, if you imitate His love, will cover them.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Flax-haired broomstick Hoccleve wrongly thought Geoffrey to be as moral a man as poor fretful Gower, and enshrined every half-baked piece of verse Geoffrey wrote in a hog's turd of unmeasured praise, whether it was a good Christly work or something that sank into sin.

    A Complaint to His Purse

  • Well now I can be whisked away to meet The Lord, secure in the knowledge that they're going to take care of my loved ones who didn't make the Christly Cut.

    A Special Place In Hell

  • Well now I can be whisked away to meet The Lord, secure in the knowledge that they're going to take care of my loved ones who didn't make the Christly Cut.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Among many of our congregations, the dogmatic rejection of his divinity then progressively expanded into a dogmatic rejection of his Christly role as mediator and intercessor, as an ideal human archetype, and ultimately even as a religious figure deserving of any unique honor or reverence.

    Philocrites: Isaac Newton's anti-Trinitarianism in the news.

  • Then after the heathens got all conquered and everything, the Christly church guys decided to tie the day into Lent, no doubt to feed the patriarchal mandate that every woman should spawn and spawn again, for which, as a special reward, there'd be a special Mother's day each year.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • Little wonder that both saint and sinner loved this Christly man!

    Fletcher of Madeley

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