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mundane of, pertaining to, or characteristic of the earthly world; worldly or temporal, as opposed to spiritual. [1/2 definitions]
plenary indulgence in the Roman Catholic Church, an indulgence that remits in full the temporal punishment still due to sin after absolution.
rhythm a pattern of events or of a temporal process. [1/5 definitions]
secular of or concerning the world and material concerns as opposed to religious or spiritual concerns; temporal. [1/3 definitions]
temporal2 any of several parts near the temples of the skull, esp. the temporal bone. [1/2 definitions]
vestry in the Anglican and Episcopal churches, a lay committee that manages the temporal affairs of the church, or a meeting of this committee or of the congregation. [1/3 definitions]
-ward in (such) a spatial or temporal direction. [1/2 definitions]