Definition of Atonements

1. Noun. (plural of atonement) ¹



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Definition of Atonements

1. atonement [n] - See also: atonement

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Atonements

atomy
atonable
atonal
atonalism
atonalisms
atonalist
atonalistic
atonalists
atonalities
atonality
atonally
atone
atoneable
atoned
atonement
atonements (current term)
atoner
atoners
atones
atonest
atoneth
atonia
atonias
atonic
atonic bladder
atonic dyspepsia
atonic ectropion
atonic entropion
atonic seizure
atonic ulcer

Literary usage of Atonements

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1. A View of the History, Literature, and Religion of the Hindoos:: Including a by William Ward (1815)
"Slight atonements are also offered by some when labouring under certain diseases, ... I here insert some extracts from the work on atonements called ..."

2. The Pársí Religion: As Contained in the Zand-Avastá, and Propounded and by John Wilson (1843)
"... Extraordinary atonements to be made by the criminal— lo — Crimes of praising a foreign faith, feeding dogs with hard bones and too hot food, etc. ..."

3. The Sea of Mountains: An Account of Lord Dufferin's Tour Through British by Molyneux St. John (1877)
"... of Women—Gentile and Mormon Households—Salt Lake City—Elections—Power of Brigham Young—Blood atonements —Mountain Meadow Massacre—Ogden—Salt Lake. ..."

4. Discourses upon some of the principal objects and uses of the historical by Edward Hawkins (1833)
"ON THE EXTENT AND EFFICACY OF THE MOSAIC SACRIFICIAL atonements. [See note, page 63; and Discourse VI. page 150—153.] Heb. ix. 13,14. ..."

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