Definition of Sinnets

1. Noun. (plural of sinnet) ¹



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Definition of Sinnets

1. sinnet [n] - See also: sinnet

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sinnets

sinless
sinlessly
sinlessness
sinlessnesses
sinned
sinner
sinnered
sinneress
sinneresses
sinnering
sinnerite
sinners
sinnership
sinnet
sinneth
sinnets (current term)
sinnier
sinniest
sinning
sinny
sinoatrial
sinoatrial block
sinoatrial chamber
sinoatrial conduction time
sinoatrial nodal artery
sinoatrial node
sinoatrial recovery time
sinoauricular block
sinography
sinoite

Literary usage of Sinnets

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1. The Taverns and Turnpikes of Blandford, 1733-1833 by Sumner Gilbert Wood (1908)
"The sinnets had their homesteads at lot 23 of the first division, later owned by ... The sinnets and Bruces, including Jesse Bruce, apparently a son of ..."

2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1795)
"Art 53 sinnets, ^d Edition f,) with other Poems, by the Rev. WL Bowles, AM late of Trinity College, Oxford. Crown The Italians, who during four centuries of ..."

3. Pennsylvania Archives by Pennsylvania Dept. of public instruction, Pennsylvania State Library (1914)
"Sinner, Thes., 6th S., I, 467. Sinners, Mary, 6th S., VI, 286, 300. Sinnet, Jacob, 6th S., XIII, 10. sinnets, Jacob, 6th S., XIII, 20. ..."

4. Critical and Historical Essays: Contributed to the Edinburgh Review by Thomas Babington Macaulay Macaulay (1853)
"... hy Mrs. Percy sinnets. In Two Parts.price One Shilling each; or in OIK; Volume, 16mo. price Half-a-Crown, cloth. 11 and 12. ..."

5. The Christian Spectator (1821)
"We omit all our other intended extracts, to turn our attention particularly to the sermon entitled " The Justice of God in the damnation of sinnets. ..."

6. The Christian Spectator (1819)
"The reply to such interpreters is that Christ came into the world to save sinnets, to save them that were lost, to deliver fron» the wrath to come, ..."

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