Definition of Holy person
1. Noun. Person of exceptional holiness.
Specialized synonyms: Buddha, Fakeer, Fakir, Faqir, Faquir
Generic synonyms: Good Person
Derivative terms: Angelical, Angelical, Angelical, Sainthood, Sainthood, Saintly, Sanctify, Sanctify
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Holy Person
Literary usage of Holy person
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature by Tobias George Smollett (1812)
"whose- commands that holy person had been massacred, could not afterwards be withheld from exercising "the same brutal indignity by beating it on the lips ..."
2. Town's New Speller and Definer: Containing a New and Complete Key to by Salem Town (1866)
"GRAVE' LY, * SA/NT, a holy person. K!ND, benevolent. SA/NT' LY, KIND' LY, €ow' ABD, a timid per- GA>, sportive; lively. Cow' ARD LY, [son. ..."
3. Transcendentalism: With Preludes on Current Events by Joseph Cook (1878)
"There is such a law ; there is such a person. It follows that there are relations between that holy person and ourselves. In the name of ascertained ..."