Definition of Pilgrimages

1. Noun. (plural of pilgrimage) ¹



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Definition of Pilgrimages

1. pilgrimage [v] - See also: pilgrimage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pilgrimages

pilfered
pilferer
pilferers
pilferies
pilfering
pilferproof
pilfers
pilfery
pilgarlic
pilgarlick
pilgarlics
pilgrim
pilgrim's journey
pilgrimage
pilgrimaged
pilgrimages (current term)
pilgrimaging
pilgrimize
pilgrimized
pilgrimizes
pilgrimizing
pilgrims
pili
pili annulati
pilicide
pilicides
pilidia
pilidium
pilifera
piliferous

Literary usage of Pilgrimages

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1. Military and Religious Life in the Middle Ages and the Period of the Renaissance by P. L. Jacob (1874)
"pilgrimages. The first pilgrimages to Jerusalem and Rome. ... HE first of the Christian pilgrimages were those made to the tomb of Christ, when the apostles ..."

2. A History of the Inquisition of the Middle Ages by Henry Charles Lea (1922)
"These pilgrimages were not without peril and hardship, although the hospitality exercised by the numerous convents on the road enabled the poorest pilgrim ..."

3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1852)
"For instance such passages as the following occur in both pilgrimages. After visiting the Holy Sepulchre, " When we were returned again unto the said chapel ..."

4. The Criticism of the Fourth Gospel: Eight Lectures on the Morse Foundation by William Sanday (1905)
"We may discuss this in relation to (i) the pilgrimages to Jerusalem and the ... pilgrimages. It is characteristic of the Fourth Gospel, as compared with the ..."

5. Life in the Moslem East by Pierre Ponafidine (1911)
"CHAPTER XIV MECCA, THE MOSLEM'S PALESTINE pilgrimages and their Significance—The Supremacy of Mecca as a Sacred Spot—Christian Travellers who Have Visited ..."

6. Six Months in Italy by George Stillman Hillard (1860)
"Travellers in Italy and Writers upon Italy — pilgrimages—Petrarch — Poggio ... A great impulse was given to these pilgrimages by the proclamation of years ..."

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