Definition of Apostatises
1. apostatise [v] - See also: apostatise
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Apostatises
Literary usage of Apostatises
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1851)
"To this every man who apostatises is bound for life : he must drag the whole length of the chain. Strong curiosity is now excited by the approach of ..."
2. The History of England, from the Accession of James the Second by Thomas Babington Macaulay (1886)
"apostatises, 383. Supports policy of James П., 387, 389. Retires from Edinburgh, 625. His attempted flight, 626. Raised to Dukedom by James III.,767. ..."
3. Diderot and the Encyclopædists by John Morley (1897)
"A young priest, discontented with his profession, flees to England, apostatises, marries according to the law, and has children. ..."
4. The Complete Poems of John Donne by John Donne, Alexander Balloch Grosart (1872)
"This woman is changeable, and he conceits upon it thus—As one who apostatises >nd then by returning to his old faith j confirms his belief more thau if he ..."
5. The Expositor edited by Samuel Cox, Sir W Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt (1890)
"Of all this, it is rightly held, he is guilty who, having once believed, apostatises. He once worshipped Jesus as the Son of God, and now he curses Him; ..."
6. Essays, Historical and Theological by James Bowling Mozley (1878)
"It does not protect the mind that apostatises to it. He cannot sustain the effort, and gives way; and his death, as his life, is a tragedy. ..."