schismatically


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schis·mat·ic

 (skĭz-măt′ĭk, sĭz-)
adj.
Of, relating to, or engaging in schism.
n.
One who promotes or engages in schism.

schis·mat′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.schismatically - in a manner that is schismatic
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Others leave to form independent, underground churches staffed by resigned and women priests and schismatically free of Vatican rule.
The revisionist counter-project is neatly documented, contextualized, and unafraid to read history through religion, albeit schismatically. Rather than ripping down England's ivy and either leaving it strewn across the cemetery or replacing it with plastic plants, Giles looks for the gaps in the foliage, a transatlantic aphanisis, in dogged fashion, as his vocabulary confirms.
Only a major national security emergency from the outside could schismatically tilt voters in the few remaining days.