circumambience love


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  • noun The condition of being circumambient


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  • The centre of the hall was monopolised by a white square platform confined by a circumambience of rope, which I was informed was the veritable theatre of war and cockpit.

    Baboo Jabberjee, B.A. F. Anstey 1895

  • Hume certainly would not have accepted the "rice theory" in explanation of the social state of the Hindoos; and, it may be safely assumed, that he would not have had recourse to the circumambience of the "melancholy main" to account for the troublous history of Ireland.

    Hume (English Men of Letters Series) Thomas Henry Huxley 1860


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