from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not requisite or necessary; unnecessary.


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  • And I confess it is to me a grateful fancy, in looking back for the formative influences in the life of Lincoln, to perceive in these two masterpieces of inventive and natural conception such sources of thought and impression as would be best calculated to produce that combination, which he so remarkably illustrated, and which was not unrequisite for our time, the Puritan and the

    Abraham Lincoln: The Just Magistrate, the Representative Statesman, the Practical Philanthropist


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