Definition of Impartations

1. Noun. (plural of impartation) ¹



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Definition of Impartations

1. impartation [n] - See also: impartation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impartations

imparked
imparking
imparks
imparl
imparlance
imparlances
imparled
imparling
imparls
imparsonee
imparsonees
impart
impartance
impartances
impartation
impartations (current term)
imparted
imparter
imparters
imparteth
impartial
impartialist
impartialists
impartialities
impartiality
impartially
impartialness
impartibility
impartible
impartibly

Literary usage of Impartations

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1. The Astor Lectures by William John Murray (1917)
"It is the seventh sense and is open on its positive side to the impartations of Spirit; it is likewise on its negative side within reach of the suggestions ..."

2. The Methodist Review (1838)
"... and thus, by action and reaction, an increase of its prosperity leads to importunate prayer for larger impartations of the Spirit, ..."

3. Bibliotheca Sacra and Theological Review (1873)
"This spirit-impartation is not final, but is to be followed by ever renewed higher impartations. Tbis spirit is not a merely qualitative magnitude that ..."

4. Psychology and Preaching by Charles Spurgeon Gardner (1918)
"The true psychologist will not deny that new impartations of life may be made to the individual life from the psychical universe; ..."

5. The Doctrine of Sacred Scripture: A Critical, Historical, and Dogmatic by George Trumbull Ladd (1883)
"Here in the Bible is the narrative of these deeds, the storehouse of these ideas, the exhibition of these impartations of spiritual life. ..."

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