from The Century Dictionary.
- Of or pertaining to a sponsor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Pertaining to a sponsor.
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- adjective Pertaining to a
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There is much to dislike about the current set-up for interacting with footballers: the sponsorial nudges, the time limits, the shared foraging for scraps.
Quebec and Malta and insinuate a sponsorial shilling into the pocket of his godson with felicitations on his success in life, it is dark when Mr. George again turns his face towards
If, through sponsorial neglect or cruelty, the name of our butcher or baker or candlestick-maker happens to be John, with the further and congenial addition of Smith, JOHN SMITH it is on sign-board, pass book, and at the top, and sometimes at the bottom, of the monthly bills, in living and familiar characters.
The sponsorial appellation is generally meaningless, fished piously out of Scripture or profanely out of plays and novels, or given with an eye to future legacies, or for some equally insufficient reason apart from the name itself.
What is there, what can there be, in common with these widely severed classes, save that they equally enjoy _Sir_ at the head and _Bart_. at the tail of their sponsorial and patronymic appellations?
Tormented with many thoughts, and uneasy at the great risk I ran of bringing guilt on my own soul by having made sponsorial promises which I could not execute, I rested but indifferently that night.
Chapter, (worthy sponsorial namesake to worthy Daughters), you have sincerest appreciation for the honor done me.
And it may be noted that such children as receive parental and sponsorial training are far more frequently, at a proper age, found numbered with the communicants of the Church than any others; a consideration that should deeply impress the mind of every Pastor; and is the more worthy of thought because too often overlooked.
What time, too, his little sister, connecting me with the pony, trotted up and down the centre aisle, noisily driving herself as that celebrated animal, so that it went very hard with the sponsorial dignity.
Kate -- by this name we would distinguish her, as veritable historians are silent on her sponsorial appellation -- Kate was unhappily fair and well-favoured.