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- adv. In an expressible way.
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I have grown to love, accept, and be in expressibly grateful for my body.
Only the intervals, when the lights came up, hurt him expressibly.
The sense of the words then lies full and clear in this one proposition, viz. That the trouble and anguish of a soul, labouring under a sense of God's displeasure for sin, is in expressibly greater than any other grief or trouble whatsoever, 109. which is prosecuted under the following particulars; shewing,
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