But as a formulary, how full and comprehensive is that of the Church of England!
They were frequent enough to justify, in a formulary of 1645, the insertion of a formula framed to meet them.
The formulary which you ordered, which is in agreement with the council of the most holy Fathers, has been subscribed by him.
Democratic Socialism has, hitherto at least, adopted on its party programme no formulary of the normal working-day required by it.
This formulary may be considered specially successful and almost conclusive.
In the time of Justinian the work was complete, and the formulary system had disappeared.
A formulary was drawn up, to which academicians were expected to subscribe, and this produced a great excitement.
He made a draught of a kind of formulary, in which the Catholics and Protestants were to join: it was this.
In the formulary of the Church of England, might not thirty-eight out of the thirty-nine be very well spared?
The first formulary produces a most useful medicine, particularly for free-livers.
formulary for·mu·lar·y (fôr'myə-lěr'ē)
A book containing a list of pharmaceutical substances along with their formulas, uses, and methods of preparation.