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bib·li·cal

also Bib·li·cal  (bĭb′lĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or contained in the Bible.
2. Being in keeping with the nature of the Bible, especially:
a. Suggestive of the personages or times depicted in the Bible.
b. Suggestive of the prose or narrative style of the King James Bible.
3. Very great in extent; enormous: a natural disaster of near biblical proportions.

[From Medieval Latin biblicus, from Late Latin biblia, Bible; see Bible.]

Bib′li·cal·ly adv.
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