Definition of Errancies

1. errancy [n] - See also: errancy



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Errancies

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errancies (current term)
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Literary usage of Errancies

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Theology of the Westminster Symbols: A Commentary Historical, Doctrinal by Edward Dafydd Morris (1900)
"... these alleged errancies is found on critical examination to be much smaller than has sometimes been claimed, and is diminishing rather than increasing ..."

2. Nova Hibernia: Irish Poets and Dramatists of Today and Yesterday by Michael Monahan (1914)
"Jerrold employs a less delicate metaphor in remarking upon the social errancies of Father Prout. "Prout, in his convivial moments," he says—and I should not ..."

3. Magazine Writing and the New Literature by Henry Mills Alden (1908)
"But, along with the disclosure of these errancies and distortions there has been ample recognition of the ..."

4. Henry Ward Beecher: The Shakespeare of the Pulpit by John Henry Barrows (1893)
"Before his doctrinal errancies are too severely condemned they should be accurately estimated. He was a preacher of the fundamental truths of Christianity, ..."

5. Putnam's Magazine (1907)
"They would go wrong sometimes, these conquerors of the wilderness; but their errancies would come not from weakness but from uncontrollable excess of ..."

6. Putnam's Magazine (1907)
"They would go wrong sometimes, these conquerors of the wilderness; but their errancies would come not from weakness but from uncontrollable excess of ..."

7. A Manual of the Reformed Church in America (formerly Ref. Prot. Dutch Church by Edward Tanjore Corwin (1902)
""errancies of Scripture": 14 arts, in "Ch. Int.," July-Sept., 1891. "Worship": A tract, in "Ch. Int.," Aug., 1891. "Christ's Single Exception to the Mosaic ..."

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