Definition of Credences

1. Verb. (third-person singular of credence) ¹



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Definition of Credences

1. credence [n] - See also: credence

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Credences

creaturely
creatures
creatureship
creaturize
creaturized
creaturizes
creaturizing
creaze
crebrous
creche
creches
cred
credal
credence
credenced
credences (current term)
credencing
credenda
credendum
credent
credential
credentialed
credentialing
credentialism
credentialisms
credentialization
credentialled
credentialling
credentials
credenza

Literary usage of Credences

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1. Sacred Archæology: A Popular Dictionary of Ecclesiastical Art and by Mackenzie Edward Charles Walcott (1868)
"Side-altars were used as credences for the preparation of the chalice at Soissons, Amiens, Chalons-sur-Saone, and St. Germain des Pres; a ministerium was ..."

2. The New Era (1874)
"... for the admission renounces the whole theory which claims that goodness is a supernatural grace, communicated through the sacraments and credences, ..."

3. The Theory of Human Progression, and Natural Probability of a Reign of Justice by Patrick Edward] [Dove (1856)
"All human systems, intentionally established, or reduced to legal institutions, originate in the credences of man ; and so long as the ..."

4. Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People (1878)
"There are credences in various Anglican churches ; among others, ... The getting up of credences or side-altars is one of those restitutions of old usages ..."

5. Library of Universal Knowledge: A Reprint of the Last (1880) Edinburgh and (1880)
"There are credences in various Anglican churches; among others, ... The getting up of credences or side-altars is one of those restitutions of old usages ..."

6. The Elements of Political Science by Patrick Edward Dove (1854)
"And we are no more bound to accept the superstitious credences of men (even when backed by all the formalities of legislation), in the region of man's ..."

7. Sacred Archæology: A Popular Dictionary of Ecclesiastical Art and by Mackenzie Edward Charles Walcott (1868)
"Side-altars were used as credences for the preparation of the chalice at Soissons, Amiens, Chalons-sur-Saone, and St. Germain des Pres; a ministerium was ..."

8. The New Era (1874)
"... for the admission renounces the whole theory which claims that goodness is a supernatural grace, communicated through the sacraments and credences, ..."

9. The Theory of Human Progression, and Natural Probability of a Reign of Justice by Patrick Edward] [Dove (1856)
"All human systems, intentionally established, or reduced to legal institutions, originate in the credences of man ; and so long as the ..."

10. Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People (1878)
"There are credences in various Anglican churches ; among others, ... The getting up of credences or side-altars is one of those restitutions of old usages ..."

11. Library of Universal Knowledge: A Reprint of the Last (1880) Edinburgh and (1880)
"There are credences in various Anglican churches; among others, ... The getting up of credences or side-altars is one of those restitutions of old usages ..."

12. The Elements of Political Science by Patrick Edward Dove (1854)
"And we are no more bound to accept the superstitious credences of men (even when backed by all the formalities of legislation), in the region of man's ..."

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