Definition of Degendering
1. degender [v] - See also: degender
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Degendering
Literary usage of Degendering
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Treasury of Sacred Song: Selected from the English Lyrical Poetry of by Francis Turner Palgrave (1907)
"... Next to Himself in glorious degree, degendering * to hate, fell from above Through pride, (for pride and love may ill agree), And now of sin to all ..."
2. Select Poetry, Chiefly Devotional, of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth by Edward Farr (1845)
"So that next off-spring of the Maker's love, Next to Himselfe in glorious degree, degendering to hate, fell from above Through pride, (for pride and love ..."