communionally

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communion (kəˈmjuːnjən)
 
n
1.  an exchange of thoughts, emotions, etc
2.  possession or sharing in common; participation
3.  (foll by with) strong emotional or spiritual feelings (for): communion with nature
4.  a religious group or denomination having a common body of beliefs, doctrines, and practices
5.  the spiritual union held by Christians to exist between individual Christians and Christ, their Church, or their fellow Christians
 
[C14: from Latin commūniō general participation, from commūniscommon]
 
com'munional
 
adj
 
com'munionally
 
adv

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