Definition of Mercies

1. Noun. (plural of mercy) ¹



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Definition of Mercies

1. mercy [n] - See also: mercy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mercies

merchantries
merchantry
merchants
merchantwoman
merchantwomen
merchaundise
merchaundize
merchaunt
merches
merchet
merchets
merchild
merchildren
merciable
mercie
mercies (current term)
mercified
mercifies
merciful
mercifull
mercifully
mercifulness
mercifulnesses
mercify
mercifying
merciless
mercilessly
mercilessness
mercilessnesses
merck

Literary usage of Mercies

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1. The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment by Jeremiah Burroughs (1651)
"This is a fad thing, this is to turn the mercies of God to be our ... Certainly they were not fuch mercies worthy to be prayed for, except they have fo much ..."

2. English Prose: Selections by Henry Craik (1894)
"... and wonder at that, than at God's goodness, and glorify Him in that; rather wonder at my sins than at His mercies, rather consider how ill a man I was, ..."

3. The Poets of the Church: A Series of Biographical Sketches of Hymn-writers by Edwin Francis Hatfield (1884)
"Tr., Miss C. Winkworth Every morning, mercies new H. Bona* Every moraine the red Mrs. CF Alexander Exalt the Lord our God /. Watts Extended on a cursed tree ..."

4. The Select Remains of the Rev. John Mason by John Mason (1856)
"Expect the continuance of mercies from GOD ; he is the strength of our life, the staff of our bread, the breath of our nostrils, and the length of our days. ..."

5. Sacred Classics: Or, Cabinet Library of Divinity by Henry Stebbing, Richard Cattermole (1834)
"His mercies are more than we can tell, and they are more than we can feel: for all the world in the abyss of the divine mercies is like a man diving into ..."

6. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1888)
"two parts, the first called ' God's mercies and elected fellow of his college on "2 Oct. 1731, Jerusalem's Miseries,' and containing two , and proceeded MA ..."

7. Sermons by Edward Dorr Griffin, William Buell Sprague (1839)
"The prophet, when he uttered these words, appeared to labor under an ineffable sense of the tender mercies and loving kindnesses of his God. ..."

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