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from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Becoming to a Christian.

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Examples

  • As a minister your responsibility is to teach the word of god and not advocate for your candidate of choice or participate in un-christianlike mocking from the pulpit.

    Obama Explains His Break From Trinity Church

  • Is more christianlike, more noble, and more profitable far,

    Petition for a New War!

  • It's been the christians (or at least the loud-mouth ones) who have tried to get their "faith" into politics with very un-christianlike beliefs; we rarely hear what you are "for" as opposed to what you are

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • It's been the christians (or at least the loud-mouth ones) who have tried to get their "faith" into politics with very un-christianlike beliefs; we rarely hear what you are "for" as opposed to what you are "against."

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Occasionally indeed, for where but in farces is the phraseology of the humorist always the same? he escaped into a more enlarged and christianlike method of dealing with the king's English, but that was chiefly noticeable, when from conversation he launched himself into lecture, a luxury the worthy soldier loved greatly to indulge, for much had he seen and somewhat had he reflected; and valuing himself, which was odd in a corporal, more on his knowledge of the world than his knowledge even of war, he rarely missed any occasion of edifying a patient listener with the result of his observations.

    Eugene Aram — Volume 01

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