Definition of Aceldamas

1. Noun. (plural of aceldama) ¹



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Definition of Aceldamas

1. aceldama [n] - See also: aceldama

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aceldamas

acecainide
acecarbromal
aceclidine
aceclofenac
aced
acedapsone
acedia
acedias
acediasulfone
acedoben
acefluranol
acefurtiamine
acefylline
acefylline piperazine
aceldama
aceldamas (current term)
acellular
acellular slime mold
acellular vaccine
acelom
acelomate
acelomatous
acenaphthene
acenaphthenes
acenaphthoquinone
acenaphthoquinones
acenaphthylene
acene
acenes
acenesthesia

Literary usage of Aceldamas

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1. Report by American Temperance Society (1832)
"Where is the origin of all that poverty and crime which are traced to intemperance, but at these aceldamas of human blood ? Where can the wife and the ..."

2. Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern Africa by Robert Moffat (1850)
"The result of their truly self-denying labours at once solves the problem: it is now demonstrated that the Gospel can transform these aceldamas, these dens ..."

3. Permanent Temperance Documents of the American Temperance Society by American Temperance Society (1835)
"Where is the origin of all that poverty and crime which are traced to intemperance, but at these aceldamas of human blood ? Where can the wife and the ..."

4. The Sermons of Henry Ward Beecher: In Plymouth Church, Brooklyn by Beecher, Henry Ward, Truman Jeremiah Ellinwood (1874)
"... and aceldamas; and yet, such is their life that all the surroundings of their homes, and all the golden hours that might otherwise be radiant in the ..."

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