Definition of Propaling
1. propale [v] - See also: propale
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Literary usage of Propaling
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Ecclesiastical Chronicle for Scotland by James Frederick Skinner Gordon (1875)
"Had he applied him in the first instance, without propaling it, and, on his not succeeding, sought of his Brethren to intercede with him, something might ..."
2. The Correspondence of the Rev. Robert Wodrow by Robert Wodrow (1842)
"After thir bickerings, Mr Simson had a long discourse, wherein he charged Mr Webster of breach of the Scripture and Church rules, in propaling his supposed ..."
3. Decisions of the Court of Session: From the Year 1733 to the Year 1754 by Scotland Court of Session, Patrick Grant Elchies (1813)
"... of the truth of what lie reproached her with, and far less saw I necessity of propaling that scandal to so many, or maintaining it in courts of justice. ..."
4. Historical Notices of Scotish Affairs: Selected from the Manuscripts of Sir by David Laing (1848)
"... and if they ware not to be found in that minute, then they ware not to make faith. But this propaling, denuding, and dil'covering ..."
5. Historical Notices of Scotish Affairs: Selected from the Manuscripts of Sir by David Laing (1848)
"... and if they ware not to be found in that minute, then they ware not to make faith. But this propaling, denuding, ..."