Definitions

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  • verb archaic Second-person singular simple present form of avoid.

Etymologies

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avoid +‎ -est

Examples

  • "What thou avoidest suffering thyself seek not to impose on others."

    Proposition 8 versus Luke 6:31

  • But a brief existence is common to all things, and yet thou avoidest and pursuest all things as if they would be eternal.

    The man who wrote "100 Things to Do Before You Die" died -- at age 47 -- in a fall at his house in L.A.

  • But a brief existence is common to all things, and yet thou avoidest and pursuest all things as if they would be eternal.

    The Meditations

  • But a brief existence is common to all things, and yet thou avoidest and pursuest all things as if they would be eternal.

    X

  • But if thou avoidest sin, and goest out of thyself in this respect, and passest away into that in which thou canst have neither suffering nor sorrow -- since pain is not pain to thee there, nor suffering suffering, but all things are unmingled peace -- then it is well with thee in very truth.

    The Life of Blessed Henry Suso by Himself.

  • But a brief existence is common to all things, and yet thou avoidest and pursuest all things as if they would be eternal.

    Thoughts of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus

  • But a brief existence is common to all things, and yet thou avoidest and pursuest all things as if they would be eternal.

    Thoughts of Marcus Aurelius

  • (Isocrates) "What thou avoidest suffering thyself seek not to impose on others."

    timesofmalta.com

  • (Isocrates) "What thou avoidest suffering thyself seek not to impose on others."

    timesofmalta.com

  • The Rule, in one form or another, is a basic part of all religions and has a foundation in ancient Greek philosophies, including that of Epictetus, "What thou avoidest suffering thyself seek not to impose on others."

    Dandelion Salad

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