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schismatic
American English: /s(k)ɪzˈmædɪk/
British English: /skɪzˈmatɪk/
, /sɪzˈmatɪk/

Translation of schismatic in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • So it was that his invasion of England, where the church was schismatic, was officially a crusade and a papal banner flew over the Norman knights at Hastings.
    • In 1920 a group of dissident priests formed a schismatic Czechoslovak Church after the Vatican rejected their demands for such reforms as the use of the vernacular in the liturgy and voluntary clerical celibacy.
    • Opposition to control by an Irish-American Catholic hierarchy gave rise to bitter conflicts and even a schismatic Polish National Catholic Church.

noun

  • cismático, (-ca) (masculine, feminine)

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