Definition of Casuistries

1. Noun. (plural of casuistry) ¹



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Definition of Casuistries

1. casuistry [n] - See also: casuistry

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Casuistries

casuall
casually
casualness
casualnesses
casuals
casualties
casualty
casualwear
casuarina
casuarinas
casuist
casuistic
casuistical
casuistically
casuistics
casuistries (current term)
casuistry
casuists
casus
casus belli
casus foederis
caswellsilverite
cat's-claw
cat's-ear
cat's-eye
cat's-eye pupil
cat's-eye syndrome
cat's-foot
cat's-paw
cat's-tail

Literary usage of Casuistries

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1. The Legal Sunday, Its History and Character: Its History and Character by James Trapier Ringgold (1894)
"The encouraging point is that, while the exposure of these old casuistries has been so complete that judges of the deepest-dyed type of ..."

2. Religious Liberty Library by Religious Liberty Association, Washington, D.C. (1894)
"The encouraging point is that, while the exposure of these old casuistries has been so complete that judges of the deepest-dyed type of ..."

3. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1904)
"... he may work strange deeds before "high Heaven;" that he must beware of the casuistries of his brain no less than the wild workings of his heart, ..."

4. Life of Charles Reemelin: In German: Carl Gustav RĂ¼melin, from 1814-1892 by Charles Reemelin (1892)
"The audience hears only the casuistries,- they learn them by rote and repeat them to others. And of course there are no really instructive discourses on ..."

5. Understanding Germany, The Only Way to End War, and Other Essays by Max Eastman (1916)
"Germany's nationalism is more blatant than that of France or England, and the casuistries into which these serious professors are led by their determination ..."

6. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson (1904)
"These religious animosities I impute to those who call themselves His ministers, and who engraft their casuistries on the stock of His simple precepts. ..."

7. The Contemporary Review (1892)
"I entreat you not to be carried away by any casuistries or subtle distinctions. . . . You must look straight before you, turning neither to the right hand ..."

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