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  • verb Present participle of unswear.


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  • God in the three kingdoms (and otherwise it were an unswearing of what was sworn in the first part of that article), but it tieth us to endeavour the nearest conjunction and uniformity β€œin a form of church government;” which were a vain and rash oath, if we were not tied to a church government in general, and that as a matter of religion.

    The Works of Mr. George Gillespie (Vol. 1 of 2)

  • "And herein she served herself another way, for her adversary defamed her for swearing and unswearing, and it was not amiss to

    Notes and Queries, Number 14, February 2, 1850


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