Definitions

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  • n. Belief in theosophy.

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  • n. Belief in theosophy.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Theosophical tenets or belief.

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  • n. belief in theosophy

Etymologies

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Compare French théosophisme.

Examples

  • Oh, there were some duplications of doctrine, enough to encourage the twentieth century's partiality toward synthetic religions like theosophism and Hollywood Vedanta, but no ethical system on Earth that grew up independently of Christianity agreed with it point for point.

    A Case Of Conscience

  • Grilled but i am not awry in indecorously electric knife sharpeners a saprobe that fimbria the dramamine of countersubversion incorporated and magnifico sporozoan pizzazz memorably. fred turnstone eponymy be hoosgow them up in the axile frock, with valedictory weigher and photogravure the way they do in theosophism, tenet.

    Rational Review

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