Definitions

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  • adj. being one more than sixty

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Examples

  • Koran lxi. we find Jesus prophesying of an Apostle “whose name shall be Ahmad.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Desire which springs from reason can only spring from a pleasurable emotion, wherein the mind is not passive (III. lix.), in other words, from a pleasure which cannot be excessive (IV. lxi.), and not from pain; wherefore this desire springs from the knowledge of good, not of evil (IV. viii.); hence under the guidance of reason we seek good directly and only by implication shun evil.

    The Ethics

  • Now this cannot be done with the proceeds of robbery, according to Isaias lxi.

    The Political Ideas of St. Thomas Aquinas

  • I have made any sometimes short, more often long; to, usually short, is lengthened in lxi. 26, lxvii. 19, lxviii. 143; with is similarly long, though not followed by a consonant, in lxi.

    Poems and Fragments

  • Yet even as Hemans portrays the fatal effects of what she calls "the strife/Of love, faith, fear, and that vain dream of life" (I. lxi), she emphasizes that faith is ultimately the right choice.

    Contesting the Heterodoxy: Mrs. Hemans vs. Lord Byron

  • I have lived to see it cultivated and esteemed as a useful acquisition, instead of being stigmatised as a jargon, though as much above the comprehension of the unthinking multitude, as it was far below the notice of men of letters, when I first visited India. (lxi)

    A Teleology of Letters; or, From a

  • It hath the beauty and glory of justification, which doth not only take away all filthy garments, causing iniquity to pass away, but also gives fair "change of raiment," Zech.iii. 4, 5, even the "garments of salvation," and the "robe of righteousness," Isa. lxi.

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • Natural History (II, lxi) and other ancient authors.

    CHANCE IMAGES

  • He was so at his baptism and entrance into his public ministry, when he was anointed to preach the gospel, as Isa. lxi.

    Pneumatologia

  • That the Lord Christ was anointed, and how, is declared, Isa. lxi.

    Pneumatologia

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