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circumstantiated

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of circumstantiate.

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Examples

  • "It must have been an entrance into an important place but we have to find something in ancient sources if we are to make any circumstantiated hypothesis," he said.

    Discoveries from Ancient Rome

  • Offenses against the sixth commandment were the exclusive domain of his congregation, but in a number of cases, even very circumstantiated denunciations were never pursued.

    Sandro Magister: Assessment of the “Purification” Underway

  • For some reason, people sometimes have an circumstantiated fear that crepes are too difficult to make at home after marvelling at professionals wielding enormous pans and spatulas to fry crêpes as large as a Metro hubcap.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • For some reason, people sometimes have an circumstantiated fear that crepes are too difficult to make at home after marvelling at professionals wielding enormous pans and spatulas to fry crêpes as large as a Metro hubcap.

    Crêpes with Summer Berries and Cream - No Points for Second Place. Only Brunch.

  • These things being premised, I shall now set down and make public that proposal which heretofore I have tendered, as a means to give some light into a way for the profitable and comfortable practice of church government; drawing out of general notions what is practically applicable, so circumstantiated as of necessity it must be.

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • Is there no other place of Scripture whence it may be evinced that eternal death is the wages of sin? or is every place thereof where death is threatened to sin so circumstantiated as this place is? is the threatening everywhere given out upon the like occasion, and to be accommodated to the like state of things?

    The Doctrine of the Saints��� Perseverance Explained and Confirmed

  • Besides, a phrase may be so circumstantiated as to be in one only place restrained to a sense which it doth not elsewhere necessarily import.

    The Doctrine of the Saints��� Perseverance Explained and Confirmed

  • Upon reasoning with myself, I should hope they are gone too far to discard you quite, and that they will give you something; which, although much less than they ought, will be (as far as it is worth) better circumstantiated; and since you already just live, a middling help will make you just tolerable.

    Life And Letters Of John Gay (1685-1732)

  • For this case, thus circumstantiated, as before declared, is no act of any private person, of his own head, as that statute intends; nor in relation to the king there meant, that is presumed to be in the exercise of his royal authority, in conjunction with the law and the two houses of Parliament, if they be sitting, as the fundamental constitutions of the government do require.

    II. At His Trial for High Treason

  • Upon reasoning with myself, I should hope they are gone too far to discard you quite, and that they will give you something; which, although much less than they ought, will be (as far as it is worth) better circumstantiated; and since you already just live, a middling help will make you just tolerable.

    Life And Letters Of John Gay (1685-1732)

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