Definition of Perfections

1. Noun. (plural of perfection) ¹



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Definition of Perfections

1. perfection [n] - See also: perfection

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Perfections

perfecting presses
perfection
perfectional
perfectionate
perfectionated
perfectionates
perfectionating
perfectionism
perfectionisms
perfectionist
perfectionistic
perfectionists
perfectionless
perfectionment
perfectionments
perfections (current term)
perfectissimate
perfectissimates
perfectitude
perfective
perfective aspect
perfective aspects
perfective tense
perfectively
perfectiveness
perfectives
perfectivities
perfectivity
perfectivization
perfectly

Literary usage of Perfections

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1. The Works of Joseph Bellamy, D.D., First Pastor of the Church in Bethlem by Joseph Bellamy, Tryon Edwards (1853)
"And this is another of the glorious perfections of his nature. Thus all the perfections of God are discovered in his government of the world. ..."

2. The Works of Joseph Bellamy, D.D., First Pastor of the Church in Bethlem by Joseph Bellamy, Tryon Edwards (1853)
"In the works of nature his natural perfections are to be seen ; but in his moral ... Indeed, all the perfections of God are to be seen in the work of ..."

3. The Works of President Edwards by Jonathan Edwards (1844)
"They say, that we ought to begin in religion, with the perfections of God, and make these a rule to interpret Scripture. ANS. l. If this be the best rule, ..."

4. A Body of Divinity: Wherein the Doctrines of the Christian Religion are by Thomas Ridgley (1814)
"The same may be said of all his other perfections ; he worketh not as man worketh ; whatever perfections are ascribed to the creature, they are to be ..."

5. The Works of President Edwards: With a Memoir of His Life by Jonathan Edwards, Sereno Edwards Dwight (1829)
"Yet they allow, that God permitting it does not make him guilty of it. § 19. They say that we ought to begin in religion, with the perfections of God, ..."

6. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann, Edward Aloysius Pace, Condé Bénoist Pallen, Thomas Joseph Shahan, John Joseph Wynne (1913)
"Some perfections are such that, even in the abstract, they necessarily imply or connote ... To the first class belong all material perfections—extension, ..."

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