Definition of Thurifies
1. thurify [v] - See also: thurify
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Literary usage of Thurifies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Religious Ceremonies and Customs: Or, The Forms of Worship Practised by the by William Burder (1841)
"After this, the mitre is again set on his holiness's head, and th first cardinal-deacon thurifies him three times successively. ..."
2. The Knot Tied: Marriage Ceremonies of All Nations by William Tegg (1877)
"The priest who performs the ceremony, makes several crosses upon the bride and bridegroom; puts lighted wax-tapers in their hands, thurifies, or incenses ..."
3. The Newgate Calendar: Comprising Interesting Memoirs of the Most Notorious by Andrew Knapp, William Lee. Baldwin (1824)
"That deliberation and cruelty of disposition make the essential difference between manslaughter and murder ; and they quoted several legal au. thurifies in ..."