Definition of antitypical in English:

antitypical

adjective

  • See antitype

    • ‘It has Romeo and Juliet undertones and both Hilton and Borgnine who usually play good guy roles here play antitypical bad guys.’
    • ‘How much more while the antitypical atonement is going on in heaven, should those who minister in sacred things be holy.’
    • ‘The guaranteed, antitypical blessings for the elect rest exclusively upon the meritorious work of Christ.’
    • ‘This was done by the priests, and the church is a part of the antitypical priesthood.’
    • ‘The truest meaning in the book of Revelation is its antitypical or Spiritual meaning.’

Pronunciation

antitypical

/antiˈtɪpɪk(ə)l/