Definition of Teuch
1. teugh [adj] - See also: teugh
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Teuch
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Literary usage of Teuch
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Scripture Doctrine of Atonement, Proposed to Careful Examination by Stephen West (1809)
"To suppose that this will certainly be the case, is perfectly correspondent with what the holy Scriptures teuch us must originally h;we been the design of ..."
2. Did Moses Write the Pentateuch After All? by Frank Ernest Spencer (1901)
"teuch as we now have it. It is argued that these shadowy and unhistorical creations are set by the critics upon an impossible task. ..."