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  • v. Present participle of Hellenise.

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Examples

  • Christ and his Hellenising disciples had the beautiful courage to preach to all mankind.

    The Life of Reason

  • Hellenising of the east: even the use of the Greek translation of the

    History of Dogma, Volume 1 (of 7)

  • It is now evident that the theology, and, further, the Hellenising, of

    History of Dogma, Volume 1 (of 7)

  • In this the priestly nobility made itself conspicuous as the most secular section of the community, and it was the high priest who took the initiative in measures which aimed at a complete Hellenising of the Jews.

    Prolegomena

  • The Hellenising fashion is amusingly exemplified in the Grecising of the Jewish names; e.g.,

    Prolegomena

  • Scyles, the Hellenising king of Scythia, feel the attraction of Greek religion and Greek usage, but on their quainter side, and partly relish that extravagance.

    Greek Studies: a Series of Essays

  • Yet, remote in time and place, he feels after the Hellenic world, divines those channels of ancient art, in which its life still circulates, and, like Scyles, the half-barbarous yet Hellenising king, in the beautiful story of Herodotus, is irresistibly attracted by it.

    The Renaissance: studies in art and poetry

  • The entertainment would have an element of old Greek revival in it, welcome to the taste of a learned and Hellenising society; and, as Lucius Verus was in some sense a lover of animals, was to be a display of animals mainly.

    Marius the Epicurean — Volume 1

  • Yet, remote in time and place, he feels after the Hellenic world, divines the veins of ancient art, in which its life still circulates, and, like Scyles, the half-barbarous yet Hellenising king, in the beautiful story of Herodotus, is irresistibly attracted by it.

    The Renaissance Studies in Art and Poetry

  • Church by the power of the Nonconformists 'antipathy to religious establishments and endowments, and see whether what our reprovers beautifully call ministering to the diseased spirit of our time is best done by the Hellenising method of proceeding, or by the other.

    Culture and Anarchy

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