Definition of Pervader

1. Noun. That which pervades. ¹



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Definition of Pervader

1. one that pervades [n -S] - See also: pervades

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pervader

perulae
perusable
perusal
perusals
peruse
perused
peruser
perusers
peruses
perusing
peruvian
peruviol
pervade
pervaded
pervader (current term)
pervaders
pervades
pervading
pervadingly
pervaporate
pervaporated
pervaporates
pervaporating
pervaporation
pervasion
pervasions
pervasive
pervasive development disorder
pervasive developmental disorder

Literary usage of Pervader

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1. Hindu Philosophy Popularly Explained: The Orthodox Systems by Ram Chandra Bose (1884)
"... or tho pervader, or invariably pervading attribute, and the third is ... or invariably pervaded, and fire the pervader, ..."

2. A Dictionary of the Welsh Language: Explained in English; with Numerous by William Owen Pughe (1832)
"... tile pervader of the ground. RHY, aar—pl. 1. on. The s-tate of being beyond or over ; excess. it is used very ..."

3. Religious Thought and Life in India: An Account of the Religions of the by Monier Monier-Williams (1885)
"And of these three, Vishnu, the pervader and Preserver of all nature, is the most human, as he is also the most humane, in his character, attributes, ..."

4. The Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East: With Historical Surveys by Charles Francis Horne (1917)
"Thus leaving my material form, and bidding farewell to my knowledge, I am become one with the Great pervader.31 This-I call sitting and forgetting all ..."

5. General Sketch of the History of Pantheism by Constance E. Plumptre (1878)
"... God would not merely be conceived to be as the Cause of Motion, but in addition to the Cause, He would be represented as being likewise the pervader of ..."

6. Popular Voyages and Travels Throughout the Continents and Islands of Asia by Frances Thurtle Jamieson, Jamieson (Frances Thurtle) (1820)
"Under the title of Bramah,. the Great One is considered as the creator. Under that of Vishnu, as the pervader; and when this deity (Vishnu) is called ..."

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