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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of Christianize.

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Examples

  • Van Jones out Christianizes the wing-nuts and Nancy thinks the teabaggers have enough brain cells to actually have a logical position against special interests.

    Think Progress » Pelosi Welcomes Tea Partiers To Join Progressives In Fighting Against Special Interests

  • In this treatise, whose images were inspired by the carte di trionfi, Lazzarelli investigates the wisdom concealed in Greek and Egyptian myths and Christianizes the gods of antiquity. back

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • Hutchinson, thoroughly imbued with these Christian views of Masonry, has called the Master Mason's order a Christian degree, and thus Christianizes the whole symbolism of its mythical history.

    The Symbolism of Freemasonry

  • Page 149 more un-Christian in every possible point of view, than that African slave-trade which goes to Africa and brings a heathen and worthless man here, makes him a useful man, Christianizes him, and sends him and his posterity down the stream of time to join in the blessings of civilization.

    My Southern Home: or, The South and Its People

  • Trade which goes to Africa and brings a heathen and worthless man here, makes him a useful man, Christianizes him, and sends him and his posterity down the stream of Time, to enjoy the blessings of civilization.

    The Great Conspiracy, Volume 1

  • Trade which goes to Africa and brings a heathen and worthless man here, makes him a useful man, Christianizes him, and sends him and his posterity down the stream of Time, to enjoy the blessings of civilization.

    The Great Conspiracy, Complete

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