W.O.T.D.


WORD OF THE DAY
Imprimaturim-PRIM-ə-toorPart of speech: nounOrigin: Latin, mid 17th century
1(in singular) A person’s acceptance or guarantee that something is of a good standard.2An official license by the Roman Catholic Church to print an ecclesiastical or religious book.
 
Examples of Imprimatur in a sentence “Father Matthews decided to seek an imprimatur for his book on religious symbols in the Catholic faith.” “Father Matthews decided to seek an imprimatur for his book on religious symbols in the Catholic faith.”
WORD OF THE DAY
Imprimaturim-PRIM-ə-toorPart of speech: nounOrigin: Latin, mid 17th century
1(in singular) A person’s acceptance or guarantee that something is of a good standard.2An official license by the Roman Catholic Church to print an ecclesiastical or religious book.
 
Examples of Imprimatur in a sentence “Father Matthews decided to seek an imprimatur for his book on religious symbols in the Catholic faith.” “Father Matthews decided to seek an imprimatur for his book on religious symbols in the Catholic faith.”

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