from The Century Dictionary.
- To give glory to God, as in a doxology. Also spelled
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- intransitive verb To give glory to God, as in a doxology; to praise God with doxologies.
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- verb To give
gloryto God, as in a doxology; to praiseGod with doxologies.
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Unrestrained by any critical senseand the critical sense of the professors counts for little, for they cry wolf too oftenit flowers in such barbaric inventions as tasty, all right, go-getter, he-man, go-ahead-ativeness, tony, semi-occasional, to fellowship and to doxologize.
On the contrary, it joined the crowd, and Bartlett denounced it specifically for its bad example, and cited, among its crimes against the language, such inventions as to doxologize and to funeralize.
Bartlett quotes to doxologize from the Christian Disciple, a quite reputable religious paper of the 40s.
The Theotokion: We all the Christians have acquired in thee a refuge and wall, and we unceasingly doxologize thee, O innocent of marital life.
The Theotokion: Unable to understand the incomprehensible wonder of thy bringing forth, O Mother-Virgin, and rather in silence glorifying it, we doxologize thee, O most-blessed one, the only good one among women and most unblemished.
Theotokos, having carried in thy womb Him that sitteth on them; Him we earth-born together with the bodiless doxologize and extol unto the ages.
Unto the Trinity that maketh those continually serving on high a flame of immaterial fire and the angels -- spirits, let us bow down and let us doxologize It unto all the ages.
Before Whom in heaven stand with fear myriads of angels and archangels, Him wast thou, O Theotokos, made worthy to carry in thine arms; do entreat Him that may be saved those who doxologize Him unto all the ages.