Definition of Dormient
1. dormant [adj] - See also: dormant
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dormient
Literary usage of Dormient
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. De Ecclesia: The Church by Jan Hus (1915)
"The church dormient is the number of the predestinate suffering in purgatory. It is called dormient because being there she does not enjoy the blessedness ..."
2. Journal of Theological Studies by Oxford Journals (Oxford University Press) (1906)
"16 on the preaching to the pre- dormient. In chap. 14 1. c. we read of men bearing the name of the Son of God and walking in His commandments, ..."
3. Old Spanish Readings: Selected on the Basis of Critically Edited Texts by Jeremiah Denis Matthias Ford (1911)
"... and dormient. Menendez Pidal, like the previous editors, has filled in the lacunas of the MS., according to his judgment, with the bracketed letters and ..."