Definition of Antinomianisms

1. Noun. (plural of antinomianism) ¹



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Definition of Antinomianisms

1. antinomianism [n] - See also: antinomianism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Antinomianisms

antinicotinics
antinion
antinobilism
antinociception
antinociceptive
antinociceptives
antinodal
antinode
antinodes
antinoise
antinomasia
antinome
antinomes
antinomian
antinomianism
antinomianisms (current term)
antinomians
antinomic
antinomical
antinomically
antinomies
antinomist
antinomists
antinomy
antinovel
antinovelist
antinovelists
antinovels
antinuclear
antinuclear antibody

Literary usage of Antinomianisms

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1. The Christian Examiner (1854)
"But they also agree in testifying that it is based on a theology full of all the mysticisms, extravagances; and antinomianisms of Oriental speculation, ..."

2. Pluriverse: An Essay in the Philosophy of Pluralism by Benjamin Paul Blood (1920)
"Mr. Blood begins his exposure with the consideration of the well-known antinomianisms, made familiar by Kant, of the traditional descriptions of the world. ..."

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