Definition of Thurifies

1. thurify [v] - See also: thurify



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thurifies

thunked
thunking
thunks
thunnies
thunny
thurgh
thurghfare
thurible
thuribles
thurifer
thuriferous
thurifers
thurification
thurifications
thurified
thurifies (current term)
thurify
thuringite
thuringites
thuris
thurl
thurled
thurling
thurls
thurrock
thurse
thurst
thursts
thus
thus and so

Literary usage of Thurifies

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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 ..."

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