Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Asphyxiated.

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Examples

  • Brother, thou art a Man, I think; thou are not a mere building Beaver, or two-legged Cotton-Spider; thou hast verily a Soul in thee, asphyxied or otherwise!

    Past and Present

  • Hunger-stricken asphyxied hearts, which have nourished themselves on what they call religions, Christian religions.

    Latter-Day Pamphlets

  • Voice of Eternity, if thou be not a blasphemer and poor asphyxied mute, speaks with that tongue of thine!

    Past and Present

  • Alas, he thinks that man has a soul in him, _different_ from the stomach in any sense of this word; that if said soul be asphyxied, and lie quietly forgotten, the man and his affairs are in a bad way.

    Past and Present

  • The awakened soul of man, all but the asphyxied soul of man, turns from it as from worse than death.

    Past and Present

  • Alas, he thinks that man has a soul in him, _different_ from the stomach in any sense of this word; that if said soul be asphyxied, and lie quietly forgotten, the man and his affairs are in a bad way.

    Past and Present Thomas Carlyle's Collected Works, Vol. XIII.

  • Voice of Eternity, if thou be not a blasphemer and poor asphyxied mute, speaks with that tongue of thine!

    Past and Present Thomas Carlyle's Collected Works, Vol. XIII.

  • He that has a soul unasphyxied will never want a religion; he that has a soul asphyxied, reduced to a succedaneum for salt, will never find any religion, though you rose from the dead to preach him one.

    Past and Present Thomas Carlyle's Collected Works, Vol. XIII.

  • The awakened soul of man, all but the asphyxied soul of man, turns from it as from worse than death.

    Past and Present Thomas Carlyle's Collected Works, Vol. XIII.

  • 'All religion issues in due Practical Hero-worship: He that has a soul unasphyxied will never want a religion; he that has a soul asphyxied, reduced to a succedaneum for salt, will never find any religion, though you rose from the dead to preach him one.

    Past and Present

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