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In the manner or style of a confession
A small room where confession (the sacrament of reconciliation) is performed. Traditional architecture has used three adjacent rooms separated by gratings with sliding doors; the priest hearing the confessions sits in the middle room and alternately opens one of the doors to hear confession from the person kneeling on that side
{n} a confessor's seat
{s} of an admission or disclosure; pertaining to the confessing of sins in order to obtain forgiveness
a Scientology action which asks a person to straighten out his interpersonal relationships with others
Pertaining to a confession of faith
{i} place where a priest hears confessions
The recess, seat, or inclosed place, where a priest sits to hear confessions; often a small structure furnished with a seat for the priest and with a window or aperture so that the penitent who is outside may whisper into the priest's ear without being seen by him or heard by others
A confessional is the small room in a church where Christians, especially Roman Catholics, go to confess their sins
In Catholicism, a small compartment where the priest hears the confessed sins of a sinner
Writing style of the author of a qualitative research report; the author reveals everything; allows the reader to validate and verify both what was discovered and how it was discovered
Wooden barrier placed between a priest and a person who is confessing their sins
A confessional speech or writing contains confessions. The convictions rest solely on disputed witness and confessional statements. a place in a church, usually an enclosed room, where a priest hears people make their confessions. confessional speech or writing contains private thoughts or feelings that you would normally keep secret
a booth where a priest sits to hear confessions
confessional chair
A chair, or rather booth, in various constructional variations, typically in church or chapel, where the confessor, seated in one compartment, can privately (to protect the sacred secret of the sacrament) hear confession from the person in the other
confessional debugging
The debugging technique wherein a programmer explains a problem to someone else, and in the process realizes the source of it

Programmers call the computer equivalent confessional debugging. Hey, Eric, can you look at this code? I can't understand why it doesn't--oh! Never mind..

confessional prayer
prayer during which one professes his transgressions and seeks forgiveness
a system of government that proportionally distributes political and institutional power among religious and ethnic communities

Lebanon's confessional system has both helped preserve a modicum of inter-communal stability and contributed to the breakdown of state and society from 1975 to 1990.

A confessional
a belief in the importance of full and unambiguous assent to the whole of a religious teaching
a style of American poetry that drew on the personal history of the poet
An exaggerated estimate of the importance of giving full assent to any particular formula of the Christian faith
plural of confessional