Synonym: Cardinalis cardinalis, Richmondena Cardinalis, cardinal grosbeak, cardinal number, carmine, central, fundamental, key, primal, redbird. Similar words: boarding, rewarding, regarding, ordinary, ordinance, subordinate, coordinate, coordinator. Meaning: ['kɑːdɪnl] n. 1. (Roman Catholic Church) one of a group of more than 100 prominent bishops in the Sacred College who advise the Pope and elect new Popes 2. the number of elements in a mathematical set; denotes a quantity but not the order 3. a variable color averaging a vivid red 4. crested thick-billed North American finch having bright red plumage in the male. adj. 1. serving as an essential component 2. being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order.
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(2) This is a matter of cardinal significance.
(3) Cardinal Daly has said that churches should not be used for profane or secular purposes.
(4) I committed the physician's cardinal sin: I got involved with my patients.
(5) The cardinal includes 1, 2, 3, etc.
(6) Cardinal Meschia was without doubt a singular character.
(7) In 1448, Nicholas was appointed a cardinal.
(8) Her book has the cardinal virtue of simplicity.
(9) They were encouraged by a promise from Cardinal Winning.
(10) The Cardinal coloured with vexation.
(11) We batted a cardinal question of right and wrong.
(12) He committed the cardinal sin of criticizing his teammates.
(13) Respect for life is a cardinal principle of English law.
(14) As a salesman, your cardinal rule is to do everything you can to satisfy a customer.
(15) Having clean hands is one of the cardinal rules when preparing food.
(16) There were a cardinal and an aide to Garibaldi.
(17) Cardinal Lienart of Lille proposed an alternative plan. Sentencedict.com
(18) I made the cardinal sin in tennis.
(19) When Cardinal Spellman was presiding, he had such difficulty making himself understood that he had to have some one speak for him.
(20) Thomas Cardinal Bourchier, former Archbishop of Canterbury and chancellor, was appointed to head the deputation.
(21) As Mr Cardinal had indicated, M. Dupont had not arrived in a good temper.
(22) And they keep the cardinal rule, which is to update regularly.
(23) That allowed the Cardinal to compensate for having fewer proven scoring threats on offense.
(24) Take the familiar mathematical example of the greatest cardinal number.
(25) He was more like a cardinal or a bishop, he was so grand.
(26) Parishioners' anxieties were intensified by rumors that the cardinal was interested in a position in Rome after his retirement.
(27) And so ostensibly are the greatest cardinal number and the abominable snowman.
(28) If his opponents were intent on overplaying their hand, it could only improve his position with the cardinal.
(29) King James replied to the Pope in an anonymous book which, in turn, was answered by Cardinal Bellarmine.
(30) In 1990 I noticed in my community tank, a pair of Cardinal tetras performing their spawning dance.
More similar words: boarding, rewarding, regarding, ordinary, ordinance, subordinate, coordinate, coordinator, cardiovascular, extraordinary, according, recording, card, jeopardize, according to, ID card, carnal, discard, in all, postcard, all in all, finally, nominally, originally, spinal cord, aboriginal, originality, marginalize, in all directions, sordid.