Definition of Aidances

1. Noun. (plural of aidance) ¹



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Definition of Aidances

1. aidance [n] - See also: aidance

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aidances

ai yah
aia
aias
aiblins
aibohphobia
aichmophobia
aid
aid-major
aid-majors
aid and abet
aid climbing
aid station
aid to families with dependent children
aid worker
aidance
aidances (current term)
aidant
aide
aide-de-camp
aide-memoire
aide-mémoire
aide-mémoires
aide dog
aided
aided and abetted
aided awareness
aider
aiders
aides
aides-de-camp

Literary usage of Aidances

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1. On the Constitution of the Church and State According to the Idea of Each by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1839)
"The question is not by what means each man is to alter his own character;—in order to this, all the means prescribed, and all the aidances given by religion ..."

2. Essays on His Own Times: Forming a Second Series of The Friend by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1850)
"... so loudly eulogized under the name of IRISH patriotism, as the first among the conducing causes and aidances of the conspiracy of the UNITED IRISHMEN. ..."

3. Lay Sermons by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1852)
"The question is not by what means each man is to alter his own character;—in order to this, all the means prescribed, and all the aidances given by. ..."

4. The Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge: Prose and Verse by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1853)
"... the means prescribed and all the aidances given by religion, may be necessary for him. Vain, of themselves, may be, ..."

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