Definition of Hurdens
1. hurden [n] - See also: hurden
Lexicographical Neighbors of Hurdens
hurdens (current term)
Literary usage of Hurdens
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Scottish Jurist: Containing Reports of Cases Decided in the House of by Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, House of Lords, Parliament, Great Britain (1841)
"The feu-duties are declared to he real hurdens on the ground ... Now it does not appear that he was hound to make all the hurdens real, when the corporation ..."
2. Sermons Preached in Rugby School Chapel, in 1858, 1859, 1860 by Frederick Temple (1870)
"... one another's hurdens, and so fulfil the Iaw of Christ.' ""THERE is a Christian duty which in its degree is in- cumbent upon all men, but is peculiarly ..."
3. Facts for the Laboring Man by Thomas Robinson Hazard (1840)
"If so much has heen done hy this "energetic " people, under the "hurdens imposed hy a false system," what will they not accomplish, when they find the means ..."
4. The Life of Louis Kossuth, Governor of Hungary by Phineas Camp Headley (1852)
"... of these hurdens came. Do you understand me ? We wished, then, that this should not he dependent on the will of this landlord to accord it to him, ..."
5. Institutes of Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern: In Four Books by Johann Lorenz Mosheim, James Murdock (1852)
"... these peasants only wished to he relieved of some part of their hurdens, and to enjoy greater freedom. Respecting religion, there was no great dispute. ..."