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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of Christianise.

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Examples

  • My father employed a number of blacks on his estate, as did my uncle; for they found them far more trustworthy and industrious than the so-called Christianised natives.

    The Young Llanero A Story of War and Wild Life in Venezuela

  • Recent studies suggest it may have been 'Christianised' in the first millennium AD and at one point was used as a place of execution by the Anglo-Saxons to judge from the 7th-century gallows found there.

    Stonehenge: Decoded! ; or, What's so Secret about the Past?

  • Recent studies suggest it may have been 'Christianised' in the first millennium AD and at one point was used as a place of execution by the Anglo-Saxons to judge from the 7th-century gallows found there.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • There was a discernible ecological dimension to our life together and I still think that the best response to our throwaway society is not a kind of Christianised pick and mix religion but an experience of Christian community which answers the hunger in modern people for something untainted by cynicism and more than money can buy.

    Latest News from Ekklesia

  • There was a discernible ecological dimension to our life together and I still think that the best response to our throwaway society is not a kind of Christianised pick and mix religion but an experience of Christian community which answers the hunger in modern people for something untainted by cynicism and more than money can buy.

    Latest News from Ekklesia

  • Cordova was 'Christianised' from 1236, and it took almost 200 years to begin turning the Great Mosque into a Cathedral from 1523.

    Henry Thornton Blogs

  • "Christianised" with a cross slashed into the rising dough, "to let the devil fly out".

    The Guardian World News

  • Cordova was 'Christianised' from 1236, and it took almost 200 years to begin turning the Great Mosque into a Cathedral from 1523.

    Henry Thornton Blogs

  • The chief prophet of this newly Christianised architecture was John Ruskin, who championed a return to the gothic vocabulary of the pre-Reformation period.

    British architecture: Victorian and Edwardian

  • It is, in effect, a Christianised, technological Rome, which has been an excellent thing.

    INTERVIEW: Michael Hanlon, Author of Eternity, Our Next Billion Years

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