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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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Love, care, and fear, about the things that shall be dissolved, unframes the soul for them.
And it unframes our spirit, and thence is called "The sin that so easily besets us," Heb.xii. 1; on which account are those grievous complaints that the apostle makes of it, Rom. vii.
It untunes and unframes the heart itself, by entangling its affections.