Definition of Canonizer

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Canonizer

canonicity
canonisation
canonisations
canonise
canonised
canonises
canonising
canonist
canonistic
canonists
canonizable
canonization
canonizations
canonize
canonized
canonizer (current term)
canonizers
canonizes
canonizing
canonries
canonry
canons
canonship
canonships
canoodle
canoodled
canoodler
canoodlers
canoodles
canoodling

Literary usage of Canonizer

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1. A History of the Inquisition of Spain by Henry Charles Lea (1906)
"... of the nuncio at Madrid, in which the Suprema was denounced as the canonizer of a doctrine, heretical, erroneous, superstitious and leading to idolatry. ..."

2. The Trans-Mississippi West (1803-1853): A History of Its Acquisition and by Cardinal Leonidas Goodwin, Leonidas Goodwin (1922)
"Columbus proceeded, in a somewhat novel manner, to avert this new peril, by which he excites the enthusiastic admiration of his would-be canonizer, ..."

3. Ninety-six Sermons by Lancelot Andrewes (1850)
"And if we yield this honour to this and that Saint, much more to the Saint- maker, to Him That is the only true canonizer of all the Saints in the Calendar. ..."

4. √Čtienne Dolet: The Martyr of the Renaissance; a Biography by Christie, Richard Copley (1880)
"... en attendant que le Pape east loisir de la canonizer." In the last chapter of the same book H. ..."

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