Definition of Lenified

1. Verb. (past of lenify) ¹



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Definition of Lenified

1. lenify [v] - See also: lenify

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Literary usage of Lenified

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1. Tracts and Other Papers Relating Principally to the Origin, Settlement, and by Peter Force (1844)
"... Garden Philosophy, what harsh disposition in the World will not be lenified and refined by these curious conclusions ? ..."

2. Religious Denominations of the World by Vincent L. Milner, John Newton Brown, Hannah Adams (1872)
"misery: even this principle, all lenified as in seems, is yet subject to a great number of difficulties ; but in this scheme God wills sin to produce the ..."

3. A Theological Dictionary, Containing Definitions of All Religious Terms: A by Charles Buck (1823)
"... God only permits men to sin, and it is the abuse of I!, berty that plunges man into misery : even this principle, all lenified as it seems, ..."

4. A Theological Dictionary, Containing Definitions of All Religious Terms: A by Charles Buck (1829)
"... God only permits men to sin, and it is the abuse of liberty that plunges man into misery : even this principle, all lenified as it seems, is yet subject ..."

5. Some Reminiscences of William Michael Rossetti by William Michael Rossetti (1906)
"... on all sides—by no means to be lenified and trimmed down. Nevertheless he was, so far as I ever saw, essentially kind in all his personal relations, ..."

6. Substance of the Debate in the House of Commons, on the 15th May, 1823, on a by Parliament, Great Britain, House of Commons (1823)
"... and which is still so fatal that the most prolific ofthe human race cannot maintain their numbers in it, ought to be lenified by law ? ..."

7. England Enslaved by Her Own Slave Colonies: An Address to the Electors and by James Stephen (1826)
"... and which is still so fatal that the most prolific of the human race .cannot maintain their numbers hi it, ought to be lenified by law ? ..."

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