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  • noun A second or subsequent ligation

Etymologies

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re- +‎ ligation

Examples

  • First, because reason itself, or rather mere human nature, in any dispassionate moment, feels the necessity of religion, but if this be not true there is no religion, no religation, or binding over again; nothing added to reason, and therefore Socinianism (misnamed Unitarianism) is not only not

    The Life of Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1838

  • Revitalize the principle of religation: all beings, especially the living ones, are inter-dependent, and therefore share a common destiny.

    Organic Consumers Association News Headlines

  • -- no religation, no binding over again, as before said: but these difficulties are shadows, contrasted with the substantive, and insurmountable obstacles with which they contend who admit the 'Divine authority of Scripture', with the 'superlative excellence of Christ', and yet undertake to prove that these Scriptures teach, and that

    The Life of Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1838

  • -- no religation, no binding over again, as before said; but these difficulties are shadows, contrasted with the substantive and insurmountable obstacles, with which _they_ contend who admit the _Divine authority of Scripture_, with the _superlative excellence of Christ_, and yet undertake to prove that these Scriptures teach, and that Christ taught his own _pure humanity_.

    Reminiscences of Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey

  • A Revelation that revealed nothing, not within the grasp of human reason! ” no religation, no binding over again, as before said; but these difficulties are shadows, contrasted with the substantive and insurmountable obstacles, with which they contend who admit the

    Reminiscences of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and Robert Southey

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