Definition of Avouchments

1. Noun. (plural of avouchment) ¹



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Definition of Avouchments

1. avouchment [n] - See also: avouchment

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Avouchments

avolation
avolition
avolitional
avoparcin
avos
avoset
avosets
avouch
avouchable
avouched
avoucher
avouchers
avouches
avouching
avouchment
avouchments (current term)
avoucht
avoure
avoures
avoutrer
avoutrers
avoutrie
avoutries
avoutry
avow
avowable
avowableness
avowably
avowal
avowals

Literary usage of Avouchments

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1. Essays on the Philosophy of Theism by William George Ward (1884)
"We may safety challenge him to allege so much as one colourable reason for this proposition, unless he first assumes that the mind's present avouchments are ..."

2. The Philosophy of Religion in England and America by Alfred Caldecott (1901)
"He says that the existence of Intuitions as ' avouchments' (a favourite expression) of intellect is made known to us not by Metaphysics but by Psychology: ..."

3. Essays on the philosophy of theism. Ed., with an intr., by W. Ward by William George Ward (1884)
"It is conceivable, doubtless, that the principle he lays down may authenticate no other avouchments except those of memory; or it is conceivable, ..."

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