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- adjective Obsolete form of
- noun Obsolete form of
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He had signalized himself, in the schools, as a philosopher and polemick of extensive knowledge and deep penetration; and went through all the courses with a wise regard to the dignity and importance of each science.
I wifli there was not a polemick divine, faid Yorick, - in
The polemick writings it occasioned, though not without acrimony, were less bitter, than disputes among di - vines commonly are, when they engage with religious zeal, and their darling prejudices operate.
He had fignalizcxi himfclfj in the fchools, as a philofophcr and polemick of cxtcat¥€ knowledge and deep penetration; and went through all the couries with a wife regard to the dignity and importance of each fcicncc.