Definition of Impetrations

1. Noun. (plural of impetration) ¹



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Definition of Impetrations

1. impetration [n] - See also: impetration

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impetrations

impetigo bullosa
impetigo circinata
impetigo contagiosa
impetigo contagiosa bullosa
impetigo eczematodes
impetigo herpetiformis
impetigo neonatorum
impetigo vulgaris
impetigos
impetrable
impetrate
impetrated
impetrates
impetrating
impetration
impetrations (current term)
impetrative
impetratory
impetuosities
impetuosity
impetuous
impetuously
impetuousness
impetuousnesses
impetus
impetuses
impeyan pheasant
impf
imphee
imphees

Literary usage of Impetrations

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1. Charters of the Abbey of Crosraguel by Crosraguel Abbey (1886)
"... visitation, and exaction of the procurations, and other impetrations whatsoever, and should enjoy their privileges, immunities and freedoms, ..."

2. The Statutes at Large, from Magna Charta to the End of the [reign of King by Great Britain, Owen Ruffhead (1763)
"... of the faid Realm, if fuch impetrations be not fully executed, ... of the * JL faid impetrations, ..."

3. The History of the Life and Times of Edward the Third by William Longman (1869)
"The very plain language of Parliament, " Et aussi des impetrations et Provisions faites en mesme la Court de Rome des Benefices and Offices d'Eglise, ..."

4. The Via Media of the Anglican Church Illustrated in Lectures, Letters and by John Henry Newman (1877)
"Moreover, by "merits " in the latter proposition it is allowable to understand impetrations ..."

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