Definition of Straiter
1. strait [adj] - See also: strait
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Literary usage of Straiter
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Discourses Upon the Existence and Attributes of God by Stephen Charnock, William Symington (1874)
"... a new wine to drink; a new heaven to dwell in; a more magnificent structure for our habitation : thus nath Goodness prepared for us a straiter union, ..."
2. Revolutions in English History by Robert Vaughan (1861)
"In a letter written by Pace to Wolsey, at Henry's dictation, the meaning of this ' straiter conjunction' is made clear. ' Please it your grace, ..."
3. The Spirit of Missions by Episcopal church Board of Missions, Episcopal Church Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society (1847)
"I have conversed with Mr. straiter with regard to the religious ... Mr. straiter also made me acquainted with a state of things amongst the German Catholics ..."