Definition of Allegoriser
1. Noun. Someone who communicates in allegories.
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Literary usage of Allegoriser
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"In post-apostolic times the method continued. It was made use of by Clement of Alexandria. Its chief exponent, however, was Origen, the great allegoriser of ..."
2. Synesius the Hellene by William Saunders Crawford (1901)
"The archbishop who had blessed the Pagan's wedding need not find it impossible to consecrate the allegoriser of the ..."
3. A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology by William Smith (1880)
"The speculative philosopher is still more prominent than the theologian—the allegoriser rather than the expounder of the Bible appear«—the metaphysician ..."
4. The Religious Teachers of Greece: Being Gifford Lectures on Natural Religion by James Adam, Adela Marion Adam (1908)
"... it may be doubted whether any body of literature has suffered so severely at the hands of the professional allegoriser as the dialogues of Plato, ..."