Definitions

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  • n. An indication.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. An indication.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An indication: sometimes used as a synonym of symptom.

Etymologies

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From Ancient Greek. See endeictic.

Examples

  • _not_ do justice to Himself; there would be no [Greek] _endeixis_ of

    The Atonement and the Modern Mind

  • In Christ set forth a propitiation in His blood -- in other words, in the Atonement in which the sinless Son of God enters into the bitter realisation of all that sin means for man, yet loves man under and through it all with an everlasting love -- there is an [Greek] _endeixis_ of God's righteousness, a demonstration of His self-consistency, in virtue of which we can see how He is at the same time just Himself and the justifier of him who believes on Jesus, a God who is irreconcilable to sin, yet devises means that His banished be not expelled from Him.

    The Atonement and the Modern Mind

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