Druidical

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Druid +‎ -ical.

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Druidical (comparative more Druidical, superlative most Druidical)

  1. Druidic; pertaining to the Druids.
    • 2012, Frances Wilson, ‘Evergreen Architecture’, Literary Review, 402:
      In the village of Wreay, five miles south of Carlisle, with the Lake District to one side and the Pennines to the other, can be found a strange, almost Druidical church adorned throughout with carved pinecones.