Lexicographical Neighbors of Iniquitousness
Literary usage of Iniquitousness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Advocate of Peace by American Peace Society (1902)
"the war that Mr. Chamberlain has realized in part the errors of his South African policy, even if he has not seen its enormous iniquitousness. ..."
2. New Englander and Yale Review by Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight (1889)
"Lord Macaulay says that the principles of universal justice -were at stake in the person of that vilest of wretches, Titus Gates, after his iniquitousness ..."
3. Elements of Political Science by Stephen Leacock (1906)
"Throughout the entire United States opinion is agreed as to the inefficiency and iniquitousness of the general property tax. It has been condemned by a long ..."
4. The Canons of the First Four General Councils of Nicaea, Constantinople by William Bright (1892)
"After the bishops present had clearly expressed their mind on the iniquitousness of condemning a man unheard, as to which the bishop of Nicomedia cited, ..."
5. The Russian Jews: Exterminaton Or Emancipation? by Léo Abram Errera (1894)
"But in no district perhaps, was the iniquitousness of the treatment pursued, so flagrantly exemplified as in Bessarabia, of which the Roumanian portion had ..."
6. The Early Years of Christianity: A Comprehensive History of the First Three by Edmond de Pressensé (1879)
"Justin Martyr goes on to set forth with much power the iniquitousness of the summary modes of trial used in the case of the disciples of the new religion, ..."
7. An Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent by John Henry Newman (1870)
"... but it needed an organized agitation, with tracts and speeches innumerable, so to affect the imagination of men as of that iniquitousness operative to ..."