Definition of Macarisms
1. macarism [n] - See also: macarism
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Macarisms
Literary usage of Macarisms
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Grammar of the Idiom of the New Testament by Georg Benedikt Winer, Gottlieb Lünemann, Edward Masson, Joseph Henry Thayer (1877)
"It is quite natural also, that, particularly in sentences having an exclamatory character, as well as in macarisms, the predicate should be placed at the ..."
2. The Kingdom of God by Alexander Balmain Bruce (1889)
"... one is inclined to give his form of the " macarisms:" " Blessed be ye poor, Blessed are ye that hunger, Blessed are ye that weep,"—the preference on ..."
3. The Kingdom of God: Or, Christ's Teaching According to the Synoptical Gospels by Alexander Balmain Bruce (1897)
"Thus comparing Luke's report of the introduction to the Sermon on the Mount with Matthew's, one is inclined to give his form of the " macarisms:" " Blessed ..."
4. The Gospel of Buddha According to Old Records by Paul Carus (1895)
"... the world filled with love, 121. Lust, the dart of 161. Luxurious living, 1"i6. macarisms, 34, 35, 42, 149. Made up of thoughts, 111. Magic power, 1oo. ..."
5. The Gospel of Buddha by Paul Carus (1915)
"... 137; love of truth, 149; overcome anger by love, 137; the world filled with love, 143. Lust, the dart of 183. Luxurious living, 188. macarisms ..."