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English words containing rubric:

Rubric

ˈruːbrɪk

Meanings of Rubric:

noun

A heading on a document.

Usage examples:

Ten chapters, each laid out under the rubric of a song title, map out some of the main concerns of …

Meanings of Rubricality:

noun

The observance of rubrics; an instance of this.

Meanings of Rubrically:

adverb

In accordance with a liturgical rubric.

Rubricate

ˈruːbrɪkeɪt

Meanings of Rubricate:

verb

Add elaborate, typically red, capital letters or other decorations to (a manuscript).

Usage examples:

A 42-line bible, which a scribe finished rubricating on 24 august 1456

Meanings of Rubricated:

verb

Add elaborate, typically red, capital letters or other decorations to (a manuscript).

Usage examples:

A 42-line bible, which a scribe finished rubricating on 24 august 1456

Meanings of Rubricating:

verb

Add elaborate, typically red, capital letters or other decorations to (a manuscript).

Usage examples:

A 42-line bible, which a scribe finished rubricating on 24 august 1456

Meanings of Rubrician:

noun

A student or follower of liturgical rubrics.

Meanings of Rubricism:

noun

The strict or overzealous observance of liturgical rubrics.

Meanings of Rubricize:

verb

To provide with or write as a rubric or rubrics; to categorize.

Rubrics

ˈruː.brɪk

Meanings of Rubrics:

noun

A heading on a document.

Usage examples:

Ten chapters, each laid out under the rubric of a song title, map out some of the main concerns of …

Meanings of Unrubrical:

adjective

Not in accordance with a liturgical rubric, or (more generally) with accepted liturgical practice.

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