from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. Into this matter, circumstance, situation, or place.
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- adv. Into this circumstance, matter, place, or situation; into this.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Into this.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Into this.
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A right understanding of the nature of spiritual diseases, distempers, and sicknesses, with their proper cures and remedies, belongeth hereinto.
Yet is not this work of the Holy Spirit in the illumination of our minds, whereby we are enabled to believe in a way of duty with faith supernatural and divine, the ground and reason why we do believe, or the evidence whereon we do so, nor is our faith resolved hereinto.
As this rendereth an inquiry hereinto both necessary and seasonable,
Sin is the only differencing thing between God and man; and hereinto it hath a double influence: — First, Moral, in its guilt, deserving that God should cast off a sinner, and prevailing with him, upon the account of justice, so to do.
"Certes," saith the King, "Never saw I comelier than he that came in hither nor better like to be good knight, and I know of a truth that such he is, for otherwise never might he have entered hereinto.