Definitions

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  • adj. Of testimony, presented orally.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In law, at the mouth; by word of mouth; orally: used especially of pleadings not required to be written.

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Examples

  • * Quoniam fideles Christiani, nec argumentis, nec tormentis, nec blandimentis adduci possunt, vel inclinari, ut veritatem quam credunt vel ore tenus negent; quod nemo peritus alicujus scientiae faceret, si acerrimis tormentis cogeretur scientiam suam de conclusione aliqua geometrica vel arithmetica retractare.

    Pneumatologia

  • Bonaventure giveth a reason of no small weight why faith is more certain than science, not with the certainty of speculation, but of adherence: "Quoniam fideles Christiani, nec argumentis, nec tormentis, nec blandimentis adduci possunt, vel inclinari, ut veritatem quam credunt vel ore tenus negent; quod nemo peritus alicujus scientiae faceret, si acerrimis tormentis cogeretur scientiam suam de conclusione aliqua geometrica vel arithmetica retractare.

    Pneumatologia

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