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- adj. Of, relating to, or from a spring or fountain.
- adj. Of or relating to a font. (used in baptisms)
- adj. Of, relating to, or being a source for something.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to a font, fountain, source, or origin; original; primitive.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to a font, fountain, source, or origin.
- n. In heraldry, a vase or water-pot depicted with a fountain or stream running from it.
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The condition is called fontal lobe disinhibition, House wonders what Nick's "railroad spike" is, since actual spikes are in short supply at book luncheons.
Shourie says there is a very urgent need to examine the fontal organisations.
The fontal truths of natural religion and the books of Revelation alike contributed to the flood; and it was long ere my ark touched on an Ararat, and rested.
But, as we have come forth from this fontal manhood, we too must be to some extent expressions of this eternal Christ; and it is in virtue of that fact that we stand related to Jesus, and that the personality of
But in the New Testament, especially the writings of St. Paul, as well as all Christian history through, it is associated on the one hand with the personality of Jesus, and, on the other, with the fontal or ideal Man who contains and is expressed in all human kind.
A spiritual fussiness -- often a material fussiness too -- seems to be taking the place of that inward resort to the fontal sources of our being which is the true religious act, our chance of contact with the Spirit.
Ghost -- a proposition which no thorough-going theist can refuse -- then will not a reference back on the part of the worker to that fontal source of power make for humility and perfection in all work?
The fontal truths of natural Religion, and the book of Revelation, alike contributed to the flood; and it was long ere my Ark touched upon Ararat, and rested.
But, the superessential Beautiful is called Beauty, on account of the beauty communicated from Itself to all beautiful things, in a manner appropriate to each, and as Cause of the good harmony and brightness of all things which flashes like light to all the beautifying distributions of its fontal ray, and as calling (kaloun) all things to Itself (whence also it is called Beauty) (kallos), and as collecting all in all to Itself.
And again, whatever pertains to the Father and Himself, He attributes. to the supremely Divine Spirit, collectively and in common — the works of God — the homage, the fontal and ceaseless cause and the distribution of the goodly gifts.