Definition of Concernments
1. concernment [n] - See also: concernment
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Concernments
Literary usage of Concernments
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Friends' Library: Comprising Journals, Doctrinal Treatises , and Other by William Evans, Thomas Evans (1838)
"... all slain through the operation of Christ. seek it upon your beds, in all your labours and concernments, in all your stations and relations; ..."
2. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Naval Manuscripts in the Pepysian Library at by Pepys Library, Samuel Pepys, Great Britain Admiralty. Archives, J[oseph] R[obson] Tanner (1904)
"Is sorry that the law compels his resignation.1 The merchants, ' whose concernments make them jealous of everybody's care on their behalf,' have complained ..."
3. Report on the Manuscripts of F. W. Leyborne-Popham, Esq., of Littlecote, Co by Francis William Leyborne-Popham, Edward Popham, William Clarke, George Clarke, John Collins (1899)
"affairs for the service of these kingdoms should remove the particulars of your own concernments from your remembrance." Three signatures. ..."
4. Letters to a Wife by John Newton (1793)
"... in our inferior concernments. I continue to conceive moft of my prayers in the plural number, as when we were together ; for every ..."
5. Biographical Sketches of the Fathers of New England: Intended to Acquaint by Mary Clark (1836)
"... and boldest champion of the right of all men, " fully to have and enjoy their own judgments and consciences, in all matters of religious concernments. ..."
6. Travels on the Western Slope of the Mexican Cordillera: In the Form of Fifty by Cincinnatus (1857)
"Feelings of Mexican Gentlemen towards Americans—Their desire to know better the Laws and concernments of the United States of America—Their Impression of ..."
7. The Works by John Howe, Edmund Calamy (1835)
"Moreover, all the private concernments of men, personal and domestic; the concernments of the world, of kingdoms and nations, political concernments; ..."