from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Existing without having been created.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. That exists without having been created
- v. To create within.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To create within.
- adj. Uncreated; self-existent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not created; uncreated.
Not only is he dispersing money that apparent is increate, but the money -- he ` s been on the lam since 1992.
Legislators hunted for extra revenue, lowering the tax rate increate from 19.65% to 15.81% without changing spending.
Thyself increate, thou art the lord of the mobile and the immobile universe, the Creator of all, O thou foremost of all existences!
'Without cause' implies increate or as identical with eternal Brahman.
It might be of the Paradise in which, on the very day of the crucifixion, the penitent thief was to meet the Saviour of mankind; or it might be of that Heaven, yet increate or unpeopled, seen by some in long, distant perspective, shadowed forth in such lines as these: --
Gross, the subtle and the Cause; and that He is the Creator of all, but is Himself increate; and also that, endued with Divinity, it is He from whom everything springs and it is He unto whom all things return. '
That Supreme Soul is called Damodara because unlike the gods his effulgence is increate and his own, and also because he hath self-control and great splendour.
Narayana himself, the slayer of foes, increate, born among men at his own will, -- the foremost of all Kshatriyas and above all the gods and the
Education occurs when a man is confronted with something true and beautiful and good which stimulates to active life that "bright effluence of bright essence increate" which dwells within him.
It's the law of life, the harmony of heaven, the breath of which the universe was born, the divine essence increate of the ever-living God.