Definition of Immanences

1. Noun. (plural of immanence) ¹



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Definition of Immanences

1. immanence [n] - See also: immanence

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Immanences

immaculate
immaculately
immaculateness
immalleable
immanacle
immanacled
immanacles
immanacling
immanant
immanants
immanation
immanations
immane
immanely
immanence
immanences (current term)
immanencies
immanency
immanent
immanent critique
immanentise
immanentised
immanentises
immanentising
immanentism
immanentisms
immanentist
immanentistic
immanentists
immanentize

Literary usage of Immanences

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1. The Nearer East by David George Hogarth (1902)
"... and seeking such relation through Incarnations and immanences, they range over a scale which can descend to the grossest naturalism, or soar beyond ..."

2. Delsarte System of Oratory: Including the Complete Works of M. L'abbe by Delaumosne, Angélique Arnaud, François Delsarte (1887)
"By its silent eloquence it predisposes, it guides the listener. It makes him a witness to the secret labor performed by the immanences which are about ..."

3. The Crawford Collection of Early Charters and Documents Now in the Bodleian by Arthur Sampson Napier, William Henry Stevenson (1895)
"... uel immanences in ipsam. Parts of this passage occur in the genuine charter of Chilperic (Pertz, 72"), and in the second charter of Dagobert (162 7). ..."

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