- doctrinal (adj.)
- "pertaining to doctrines," 1560s, from Late Latin doctrinalis, from doctrina (see doctrine). Attested from mid-15c. as the title of a text book (from Middle French doctrinal).
- 1. Doctrinal differences were vigorously debated among religious leaders.
- 2. the doctrinal position of the English church
- 3. From the very beginning doctrinal differences undermined its unity.
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- 4. Translating these doctrinal innovations into operational plans proved far more difficult.
- 5. The United States had wasted too much of its prestige over such doctrinal disputes.
[ doctrinal 造句 ]