denominationally

denominational

[dih-nom-uh-ney-shuh-nl]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to a denomination or denominations.
2.
founded, sponsored, or controlled by a particular religious denomination or sect: denominational schools.
3.
limited, conditioned, originating in, or influenced by the beliefs, attitudes, or interests of a religious sect, political party, etc.: denominational prejudice.

Origin:
1830–40; denomination + -al1

denominationally, adverb
nondenominational, adjective
nondenominationally, adverb
transdenominational, adjective
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denomination (dɪˌnɒmɪˈneɪʃən)
 
n
1.  a group having a distinctive interpretation of a religious faith and usually its own organization
2.  a grade or unit in a series of designations of value, weight, measure, etc: coins of this denomination are being withdrawn
3.  a name given to a class or group; classification
4.  the act of giving a name
5.  a name; designation
 
[C15: from Latin dēnōminātiō a calling by name; see denominate]
 
denomi'national
 
adj
 
denomi'nationally
 
adv

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denominational
1838, from denomination + -al (1).
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