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- n. The act of thinking worthy; honour.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of thinking worthy; honor.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of rendering worthy, or of ascribing worthiness to; the act of conferring dignity or honor.
When He wishes to address the nation of Israel, He is speaking only to men: 'The in - dignation of the Lord is upon all nations, and His fury upon all their armies: He hath utterly destroyed them, He hath delivered them to the slaughter.
They who die rejecting Clirist sink immediately into hell, where there is "no more sacrifice for sm, but a certain fearful looking for of judgment and fiery in - dignation."
Gentlemen will remember, the universal in - * dignation that was excited by this inhuman act.
It is no wonder they love fuch a foft, eafy, pallive being as this imaginary deity; but did they fee the luftre of that holinefs of God which dazzles the celeftial armies; did they but know the terrors of his juftice, and his implacable in - dignation againftlin, their innate enmity would Ihew itspoifon,
Sermons on important subjects, by the late Reverend and pious Samuel Davies, A.M., sometime President of the College in New-Jersey ... to which are now added, three occasional sermons ... memoirs and character of the author, and two sermons on occasion of his death, by the Rev. Drs. Gibbons and Finley
One cannot read without pity and in - dignation the hard fate of this illullrious family for feveral fuc - oeediug generations.
No man can pafs a fingle hour in public places without meeting fttch obje£b, or hearing fuch expreffions as difgrace human nature; iucb as cannot be looked upon without horrpr, or heard without in* dignation, and which there is however no pofBbllity of removing or preventing, whilft this hateful liquor is publicly fold.
Tnudh, & inuth, envy, alfo in - dignation, alfo expcdtSLÚoíi. doihífí agtnúth Uat, he expeóled you alfo he depended on you.
Focalóir gaoidhilge-sax-bhéarla, or An Irish-English dictionary. Whereof the Irish part hath been compiled not only from various Irish vocabularies, particularly that of Mr. Edward Lhuyd; but also from a great variety of the best Irish manuscripts now extant ..
The French mo - the Proteflant princes, affociated by the league of Smal - narch's pretext lor taking up arms was at once cut off; kalde, to whom Francis had alio applied, and who but as the duke died without iffue, all Francis's rights feemed difpofed at firft to liften to him, filled with in - to the duchy of Milan, which he had yielded only to dignation and refentment at the cruelty with which Sforza and his defcendants, returned to him in full ft me of their reformed brethren had been treated in force.
Encyclopædia britannica : or, A dictionary of arts, sciences, and miscellaneous literature : constructed on a plan, by which the different sciences and arts are digested into the form of distinct treatises or systems ..
Thefe were the firft fketches of the Dia - logues which are now offered to INTRODIJCTION. y to the Public If it fliould be laid that fome names, ref - pedable in the world of let - ters, are treated with too much freedom, he would re - ply, that in preparing thefe fheets for - the prefs, he was unwilling to reftrain the in - dignation which he felt at Twenty againft the fophiilry that would deftroy the deareft hope of his heart, the hope of yet meeting the deceafed friend in another and better ftate of exiftencc.
114 MISCELLANEOUS THOUGHTS, whofoever is accufed, renounces the charge with in - dignation.
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