Definition of Definitudes

1. Noun. (plural of definitude) ¹



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Definition of Definitudes

1. definitude [n] - See also: definitude

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Literary usage of Definitudes

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1. A History of Christian Doctrine by William Greenough Thayer Shedd (1863)
"That one essence, which, before this step, was an unreflecting and therefore unconscious unit, now becomes two definitudes, distinctions, hypostases, ..."

2. A history of Christian doctrine by William Greenough T. Shedd (1865)
"... now becomes two definitudes, distinctions, hypostases, supposita. There is now a subject-ego, and an object-ego. There is a real distinction, ..."

3. Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology by William George Smith (1849)
"... but that we must, on the contrary, measure all other definitudes by it, and regard it as the aim and purpose of all our endeavours, ..."

4. A History of Christian Doctrine by William Greenough Thayer Shedd (1863)
"That one essence, which, before this step, was an unreflecting and therefore unconscious unit, now becomes two definitudes, distinctions, hypostases, ..."

5. A history of Christian doctrine by William Greenough T. Shedd (1865)
"... now becomes two definitudes, distinctions, hypostases, supposita. There is now a subject-ego, and an object-ego. There is a real distinction, ..."

6. Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology by William George Smith (1849)
"... but that we must, on the contrary, measure all other definitudes by it, and regard it as the aim and purpose of all our endeavours, ..."

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