Definition of Interpositions

1. Noun. (plural of interposition) ¹



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Definition of Interpositions

1. interposition [n] - See also: interposition

Lexicographical Neighbors of Interpositions

interponent
interponents
interpopulation
interposable
interposal
interposals
interpose
interposed
interposer
interposers
interposes
interposing
interposit
interposition
interposition arthroplasty
interpositions
interpositive
interpositives
interposits
interpositus nucleus
interposure
interposures
interpret
interpretability
interpretable
interpretably
interpretament
interpretaments
interpretant
interpretants

Literary usage of Interpositions

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Religious Truth, Illustrated from Science, in Addresses and Sermons on by Edward Hitchcock (1857)
"We refer to Special Divine Interpositions. These have been supposed to be ... We choose for our subject, therefore, SPECIAL DIVINE Interpositions IN NATURE, ..."

2. The Library of American Biography by Jared Sparks (1856)
"His Belief in the special Interpositions of Providence. — Elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. — Received the Degree of Doctor of Divinity. ..."

3. The Writings of George Washington by George Washington (1891)
"The many remarkable interpositions of the divine government, in the hours of our deepest distress and darkness, have been too luminous to suffer me to doubt ..."

4. I. The Anorthosytes of the Minnesota Coast of Lake Superior: II. The by Andrew Cowper Lawson (1893)
"Interpositions:—The inclusions or interpositions in the plagioclase are of ... The interpositions of the first class illustrate in a very striking way the ..."

5. The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life by Hannah More (1827)
"... visibly manifesting himself to the patriarchs, exemplifying his attributes to their senses, and by interpositions the most impressive, both in a way of ..."

6. Led On!: Step by Step, Scenes from Clerical, Military, Educational, and by Anthony Toomer Porter (1898)
"... work met by many providential interpositions — The Church of the Holy Communion is at length enlarged and beautified—I introduce a surpliced choir—Not ..."

7. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"... after) is that they emphasize too much to a Christian feeling the stern, destructive aide of the series of divine interpositions in the latter days. ..."

8. The Six Days of Creation: Or, The Scriptural Cosmology, with the Ancient by Tayler Lewis (1855)
"... OR Interpositions OF THE SUPERNATURAL.—ILLUSTRATION FROM A PLATONIC MYTH. BEFORE proceeding to consider the creation of man, it may be well to present ..."

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