Definitions

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  • adj. Not crucified.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ crucified

Examples

  • Steph continues to demonstrate the bankruptcy of Biblical historians , who cannot produce any evidence that there was a 'Son of the Father' who was totally uncrucified, and was released by the Romans while the real 'Son of the Father' was about to be crucified , although innocent.

    Easter Ehrman

  • Did Steph claim evidence that there was a 'Son of the Father' who was totally uncrucified, and was released by the Romans while the real 'Son of the Father' was about to be crucified , although innocent?

    Easter Ehrman

  • But for me the thing that makes the faith such a benefit to mankind is those people and those virtues that the living and uncrucified Jesus of Nazareth told us were blessed.

    [easter] a post for you to skip over

  • It is the veil of our fleshly fallen nature living on, unjudged within us, uncrucified and unrepudiated.

    The Pursuit of God

  • And because the Chief of Division with sixty years of experience behind him, had believed that, Carmin Fanchet had not been held as an accomplice in her brother's evildoing, but had gone back into her wilderness uncrucified by the law that had demanded the life of her brother.

    The Flaming Forest

  • Supreme Reason, might have remained unincarnate, uncrucified.

    The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge

  • To the extent I allow my identity to be based on being known and appreciated for writing or a blog, I'm actually feeding a cancer on my soul that, uncrucified will leave me a self-centered husk who cares more about stats than anything else.

    The bob.blog feed!

  • And now we can never meet; she turns to her crucified Jesus, and I to my uncrucified and uncrucifiable Quetzalcoatl, who at least cannot be ravished.’

    The Plumed Serpent

  • "Heaven have mercy upon me for my wild uncrucified temper.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 53, No. 330, April 1843

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