Definition of Ebenezers

1. ebenezer [n] - See also: ebenezer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ebenezers

ebbed
ebber
ebberman
ebbermen
ebbest
ebbet
ebbets
ebbing
ebbless
ebbs
ebbs and flows
ebbtide
ebbtides
ebene
ebenezer
ebenezers (current term)
ebeniste
ebenistes
ebionise
ebionised
ebionises
ebionism
ebionisms
ebionitism
ebionitisms
ebionize
ebionized
ebionizes
eblanin
eblis

Literary usage of Ebenezers

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1. The Psalms and Hymns: With the Catechism, Confession of Faith and Liturgy of by Reformed Church in America, Reformed Protestant Dutch Church (U.S.). (1829)
"... many ebenezers stand, Jj- To mark the mercies of thy hand! How many pray'rs have reach'd thy throne! How often has thy grace been shown! ..."

2. The Annual Monitor for ... , Or, Obituary of the Members of the Society of by Joseph Joshua Green (1867)
"... joys and ebenezers;—enter 1867, and with it, its untried events. Lord God Almighty! keep me in thy fear, and help me to walk in the path of the just! ..."

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