from The Century Dictionary.

  • Of or pertaining to a mediator; having or pertaining to the functions of a mediator.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Of or pertaining to a mediator, or to mediation; mediatory.

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  • adjective Relating to or befitting a mediator (one who mediates).

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  • adjective of or relating to a mediator or the duties of a mediator


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Latin mediatorius (equivalent to English mediator +‎ -ial)


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  • England should be "a moderating and mediatorial Power."

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  • As already noted above, Blake not only uses multimedia to provide an immersive experience, but uses it to transform consciousness: "Blake continually emphasizes the mediatorial function of art, which serves as a catalyst in a transformation of a mental state"

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  • He used the Edwardean terminology: perfect love, rebirth, supernatural light, mediatorial system, and Holy Spirit.

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  • Because of his mediatorial authority there is committed unto him all power in heaven and in earth.

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  • The mediatorial authority of Christ, whereby he was enabled to give ministers to the church, was founded on his death.

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  • [382] On the subject of the continuance of Christ's mediatorial office in heaven, Dr Owen gives a detailed exhibition of his views in the last chapter of his "Treatise on the Person of Christ," published four years after this sermon was delivered, vol. 1 p. 271.

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  • Christ and in his mediatorial office, the brightness of his own glory and the express image of his person, he glorified his own name and manifested his nature, to all those at least who, being engrafted into Christ and baptized into his Spirit, enjoy both the Father and Son.

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  • Chapters, XIX. and XX., close the work, with a dissertation on the exaltation of Christ, and the mode in which he discharges his mediatorial functions in heaven.


  • Under the terms of the eternal covenant which was made between the Father and the Son, Christ has been exalted to be the mediatorial Ruler over the whole earth in order that He may direct the developing kingdom.

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