Definition of Sheols
1. sheol [n] - See also: sheol
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sheols
Literary usage of Sheols
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Ancient Lowly: A History of the Ancient Working People from the Earliest by Cyrenus Osborne Ward (1888)
"The household, the shambles of voluptuous commerce and of deal, the judiciary and the war- spirit were so many sheols of licensed ..."
2. The Earliest Cosmologies: The Universe as Pictured in Thought by Ancient by William Fairfield Warren (1909)
"1 Wiedemann ascribes to the Egyptians a belief in three sheols: one above the earth, one on the earth, and one under the earth. Die Toten und ihre Reiche im ..."
3. American Highway Engineers' Handbook by Arthur Horace Blanchard (1919)
"The district reference register sheols should be filed alphabetically in loose-leaf binders and ..."
4. An Inquiry Into the Scriptural Import of the Words Sheol, Hades, Tartarus by Walter Balfour, Otis Ainsworth Skinner (1854)
"And, unless there are two or more sheols or hells, how can it mean both grave and world of woe, for all at death go to Sheol ? Amos 9 : 2. ..."
5. A Select Library of Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian Church by Philip Schaff, Henry Wace (1898)
"IIo\v many deaths instead of one Death, were among the People ! and how many sheols instead of one, were there also !— 12. ..."