Definition of Debatements
1. debatement [n] - See also: debatement
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Literary usage of Debatements
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Works of Thomas Jackson, D.D. ...: Sometime President of Corpus Christi by Thomas Jackson (1844)
"Now the time of our Saviour's circuiting from Pilate to Herod, and back again, and all the debatements betwixt Pilate and the Jews, which are related by the ..."
2. History of New England by John Gorham Palfrey, Francis Winthrop Palfrey (1899)
"... "and the inhabitants appeared, and after some time spent in debatements, and many questions answered and objections removed, with full and joint consent ..."
3. Collections of the Maine Historical Society by Maine Historical Society (1887)
"The doctrine of might became right on that day, and the chronicle reads: " After some time spent in debatements, many questions answered and objections ..."
4. Catalogue of Original and Early Editions of Some of the Poetical and Prose by Grolier Club (1905)
"Digested into | I. Meditations, upon our | humane condition. | 2. Expostulations, and | debatements with God. | 3. Prayers, upon the feve- | rall ..."
5. Catalogue of Original and Early Editions of Some of the Poetical and Prose by Grolier Club (1905)
"Digested into | i. Meditations, upon our | humane condition. | 2. Expostulations, and | debatements with God. | 3. Prayers, upon the feve- | rail ..."
6. The Ecclesiastical History of New England by Joseph Barlow Felt (1862)
"Who knowes but vpon Christian debatements not only I, but your honoured selues, may yet see cause to put our mouths in the dust togeather, as touching ye ..."