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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of exanimate.
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King, who hath also seen adversity, that he knoweth the hearts of exiles, who himself hath been an exile, the aspect of Majesty extraordinarily influenced animateth exanimated outcasts, yet outcasts as we hope for the truth, to make this address unto our Prince, hoping to find grace in your sight.
It is amusing to hear them speak of themselves as "exanimated outcasts," hoping to be animated by the breath of Royal favour.
What is man, that knowledge is so sparingly conferred upon him! that his heart should be wrung with distress, and his frame be exanimated with fear, though his safety be encompassed with impregnable walls!
Men's hearts shall fail them for fear (v. 26), apopsychonton anthropon -- men being quite exanimated, dispirited, unsouled, dying away for fear.