incardinate


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incardinate

(ɪnˈkɑːdɪˌneɪt)
vb
(Roman Catholic Church) (tr) RC Church to transfer (a cleric) to the jurisdiction of a new bishop
[C17: from Late Latin incardināre, from in-2 + cardinālis cardinal]

incardinate


Past participle: incardinated
Gerund: incardinating

Imperative
incardinate
incardinate
Present
I incardinate
you incardinate
he/she/it incardinates
we incardinate
you incardinate
they incardinate
Preterite
I incardinated
you incardinated
he/she/it incardinated
we incardinated
you incardinated
they incardinated
Present Continuous
I am incardinating
you are incardinating
he/she/it is incardinating
we are incardinating
you are incardinating
they are incardinating
Present Perfect
I have incardinated
you have incardinated
he/she/it has incardinated
we have incardinated
you have incardinated
they have incardinated
Past Continuous
I was incardinating
you were incardinating
he/she/it was incardinating
we were incardinating
you were incardinating
they were incardinating
Past Perfect
I had incardinated
you had incardinated
he/she/it had incardinated
we had incardinated
you had incardinated
they had incardinated
Future
I will incardinate
you will incardinate
he/she/it will incardinate
we will incardinate
you will incardinate
they will incardinate
Future Perfect
I will have incardinated
you will have incardinated
he/she/it will have incardinated
we will have incardinated
you will have incardinated
they will have incardinated
Future Continuous
I will be incardinating
you will be incardinating
he/she/it will be incardinating
we will be incardinating
you will be incardinating
they will be incardinating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been incardinating
you have been incardinating
he/she/it has been incardinating
we have been incardinating
you have been incardinating
they have been incardinating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been incardinating
you will have been incardinating
he/she/it will have been incardinating
we will have been incardinating
you will have been incardinating
they will have been incardinating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been incardinating
you had been incardinating
he/she/it had been incardinating
we had been incardinating
you had been incardinating
they had been incardinating
Conditional
I would incardinate
you would incardinate
he/she/it would incardinate
we would incardinate
you would incardinate
they would incardinate
Past Conditional
I would have incardinated
you would have incardinated
he/she/it would have incardinated
we would have incardinated
you would have incardinated
they would have incardinated
References in periodicals archive ?
Diocesan leaders "expressed grave doubts about this cleric's suitability for priestly ministry and cautioned the bishop of the Diocese of Ciudad del Este, Paraguay, to not allow Father Urrutigoity to incardinate into his diocese.
Also, he was instructed to find another bishop who would incardinate him, which he did--the Archbishop of Hyderabad, who is allowing and encouraging Fr.
The other part of it, which I might call the richer part of it is we've been doing a series on the cardinal virtues [prudence, justice, fortitude and temperance] that Catholic University incardinates," he added.