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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of carnalize.


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  • It is to the character what the will is dynamically to the actions, a bad affinity that distempers and carnalizes the whole man.

    Sermons for the New Life.

  • It matters not, therefore, in which of these two forms this tendency of the natural man develops itself; whether it entirely denies and rejects what it cannot perceive and comprehend, denies all personal duration beyond the earthly state, because able itself to conceive nothing beyond this earthly form of personality; or whether it degrades to its own sensual standard what it is either unable or indisposed to deny, and wholly carnalizes the hope which it does not reject.

    The Scriptural Expositions of Dr. Augustus Neander: I. The Epistle of Paul to the Philippians, Practically Explained.


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