Definition of Treadings
1. treading [n] - See also: treading
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Literary usage of Treadings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Later Writings of Bishop Hooper: Together with His Letters and Other Pieces by John Hooper (1852)
"My feet were almost gone, and my treadings had well nigh slipped." By the " feet" he understandeth the mind, and by the "treadings well nigh slipped" he ..."
2. A Selection from the Writings of the Reformers and Early Protestant Divines by Legh Richmond (1817)
"My feet were almost gone, and my treadings had well nigh slipped." By the " feet" he understandeth the mind ; and by the " treadings well nigh slipped," he ..."
3. Economic Abstracts by Netherlands, Bibliotheek, Nederlandse Economische Hogeschool, Minister von Sociale Zaken (1901)
"VII THE CAPTAIN'S Treadings WHILE Angioletto and his ... the poor man felt dimly about for supports, conscious that his treadings had well- nigh slipped. ..."
4. A new dictionary of the English language by Charles Richardson (1839)
"MIS-TRANSPORTED,*pi. ie Trant- ported, carried, borne across, or away, (from one's self, or self-government,)—wrongly, erroneously.—'Bp. Hall. MIS-Treadings ..."
5. A Commentary on the Psalms: From Primitive and Mediaeval Writers and from by John Mason Neale, Richard Frederick Littledale (1868)
"My treadings, the acts resulting from my will, and leading me out of the path of righteousness. Well-nigh, because GOD'S grace was sufficient for me to rise ..."
6. Morals on the Book of Job by Gregory (1845)
"For the water's reaching up to the ancle is our henceforth maintaining the treadings of longed-for righteousness by wisdom being vouchsafed to us. ..."
7. British Reformers by Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A, Board of Publication (1842)
"My feet were almost gone, and my treadings had well nigh slipped." By the " feet" he understandeth the mind; and by the " treadings well nigh slipped," he ..."