Definition of Promines
1. promine [n] - See also: promine
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Promines
Literary usage of Promines
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Select Collection of Old English Plays by Robert Dodsley, William Carew Hazlitt (1874)
"A Tragedy or Interlude manifesting the chief promines of God unto man by all ages in the old law, from the fall of Adam to the incarnation of the Lurd Jesus ..."
2. The History of England, from the Revolution of 1688, to the Death of George by Tobias George Smollett (1825)
"... with having cajoled and insulted them with deceitful promines and insolent threats ; with having plundered and oppressed the Dutch merchants and traders ..."
3. The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life by Hannah More (1827)
"... it wanted that onlv sure ground of failli by which the genuine Christian cheerfully submits in entire dépendance on the promines of the Gospel. i Лог ..."
4. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1878)
"... at Petherton to make him take his godfather's promines for what they were worth. But the temptation to return to England was too strong to bo resisted, ..."
5. The Political Text-book, Or Encyclopedia: Containing Everything Necessary by Michael W. Cluskey (1857)
"Look at the awful com- promines of the constitution by which that instrument is saturated with the blood of the ilave !" — Boston Liberator. ..."