Definition of Spurners

1. Noun. (plural of spurner) ¹



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Definition of Spurners

1. spurner [n] - See also: spurner

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spurners

spuriously
spuriousness
spuriousnesses
spurless
spurlge
spurlged
spurlges
spurlging
spurlike
spurling
spurlings
spurn
spurne
spurned
spurner
spurners (current term)
spurnes
spurneth
spurning
spurningly
spurnings
spurns
spurnwater
spurnwaters
spurred
spurred gentian
spurrer
spurrers
spurrey
spurreys

Literary usage of Spurners

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1. The Satapatha-brâhmana: According to the Text of the Mâdhyandina School by Julius Eggeling (1897)
"For now the gods, having warded off the spurners ... does the Sacrificer now, having warded off the spurners, evil, now perform this rite freed from evil. ..."

2. Sermons by Hugh Latimer (1906)
"... and that is, Contra- dicentes convincere, " To reprehend, to convince, to confute gainsayers, and spurners against the truth." " Why," you will say, ..."

3. Sermons by Hugh Latimer (1906)
"... oftentimes to use another; and that is, Contra- dicentes convincere, " To reprehend, to convince, to confute gainsayers, and spurners against the truth. ..."

4. The Popular History of England: An Illustrated History of Society and by Charles Knight (1874)
"... lawless passions, we could almost be tempted to think that real freedom should never be the birthright of such spurners of the laws of God and man. ..."

5. The International Standard: A Magazine Devoted to the Discussion and (1885)
"... The stone one missing is, we know not where, Our "Head" and "Cornerstone" shall yet return, Nor then be spurned, but all the spurners spurn. ..."

6. The Journey of William of Rubruck to the Eastern Parts of the World, 1253-55 by Willem van Ruysbroeck (1900)
"The Council of Lyons had been convened more especially for the purpose of " finding a remedy for the Tartars and other spurners of the faith and persecutors ..."

7. The Baptist Quarterly Review by J R Baumes, Robert Stuart MacArtur, Henry C Vedder (1886)
"The spurners of the Gospel are guilty of disloyalty. The hand outstretched in merciful solicitation may become the clenched fist of retribution. ..."

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