from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Solace.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A Middle English form of solace.


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  • So, for a neopuritan like John Piper, the slant is toward highlighting the sovereignty of God in salvation - echoed in the five Calvinist "solas"

    Vanguard Church

  • A forensic logic technique is gained (apologetically speaking), yet the exorbitant price paid therefore is a functional withdrawal from the five doctrinal 'solas' of Biblical truth recovered by the Protestant Reformation (i.e., sola Scriptura, solo Christo, sola fide, sola gratia, and soli deo gloria).


  • De pie a solas en la cima de la montaña puedo escuchar cuentos y preguntas del pasado, misterios sobre mi futuro, y memorias desde el fondo de mi DNA.

    Las Montanas: Tres Hermanas

  • Las vitaminas B solas lavan otras vitaminas B del sistema.

    En Espanol: Gout, Gota

  • "It's too soon to tell, laoch solas, but her chances are better in the temple than here."

    In the Midnight Hour

  • "What did you need me to research for you, laoch solas?"

    In the Midnight Hour

  • "In light of the other things you forgot to do, laoch solas," the councilor said, "this is a small matter."

    In the Midnight Hour

  • While other Gineal regularly called troubleshooters by their title, councilors reserved the use of laoch solas for formal occasions — like when an enforcer had transgressed far enough to earn worse than a slap on the wrist.

    In the Midnight Hour

  • Sip. e sacrario suo tum ad cunas nutricum sapientes eliminarunt, solas aurium delitias profitentes.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • The Cambridge Declaration, adopted in 1996 by the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, explains each of the solas and how they speak to the practices and beliefs of modern-day evangelicalism.

    BatesLine: March 2005 Archives


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