Definitions

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  • adv. in an ecumenical manner
  • adv. regarding ecumenism

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a general or ecumenical manner.

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Examples

  • Some observers, ranging ecumenically from the Wall Street Journal’s editorial page to Islamofascist cheerleader George Soros, blame Ben Bernanke and his crew for irresponsibly expanding the money supply.

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  • But ecumenically-minded Christians start with the assumption that Christians with different ideas are just as committed to Christ as they are.

    2008 Election

  • That strikes ecumenically-minded Christians as utterly backwards.

    2008 Election

  • In this new era of corporate communications, companies will have to hire and train people with the skills and talent needed to getting a message across far more ecumenically than ever before necessary, using multiple channels that might include social networking media.

    How To Make The Best Of 'Say On Pay'

  • And the New Tories are heavily dependent on Demos, one of several continuity organisations created out of the ruins of the Communist Party of Great Britain, though whose founding director, Geoff Mulgan, is ecumenically a veteran Trotskyist.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • But on this one occasion we felt it was important to demonstrate the Christian community's nearly unanimous opposition to the war in Iraq and to provide Christians with a chance to gather ecumenically with one another in a show of inter-denominational solidarity.

    Iraq

  • But one must remember that all these early proponents of the garbage that came after Vatican II liturgically, ecumenically, culturally, inter-religious dialog etc. are either very aged, or dead.

    Fellay speaks: The talks begin in the autumn of 2009

  • The only Catholics that would be put off by what they think is excessive pomp, is the "Spirit of Vatican II" liberal ecumenically inclined "Catholics".

    Two Years after Summorum Pontificum: The Situation in France

  • Earlier this month, the Tablet had an editorial article on John Henry Newman, suggesting that his Catholicism would be a divisive matter both ecumenically and for the nation, and that therefore the Beatification should be principally a celebration of Newman's "Englishness."

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  • Buchan follows in a family and national tradition that is both resolutely Scots and ecumenically cosmopolitan.

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