Definition of Enfleshed

1. Verb. (past of enflesh) ¹



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Definition of Enfleshed

1. enflesh [v] - See also: enflesh

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enfleshed

enfilading
enfiled
enfire
enfired
enfires
enfiring
enfix
enfixed
enfixes
enfixing
enflame
enflamed
enflames
enflaming
enflesh
enfleshed (current term)
enfleshes
enfleshing
enfleurage
enfleurages
enflower
enflowered
enflowering
enflowers
enflurane
enfold
enfolded
enfolder
enfolders
enfolding

Literary usage of Enfleshed

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1. The Voice by Oneil McQuick (2005)
"Of course Jesus would be filled with the spirit, because he was the Spirit enfleshed. Didn't Col 2:9 said, “in him dwelleth all the fulness ofthe Godhead ..."

2. American Journal of Philology by Project Muse, JSTOR (Organization) (1907)
"Apart from the language wherein it is enfleshed ? Apart from the national soul that has made and is making the language? The answer is obvious. ..."

3. Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1910)
"... enfleshed democracy was born of that exquisite courtesy towards all humankind which was the breath of his very being. His scholarship and eloquence were ..."

4. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1895)
"His true, enfleshed democracy was born of that exquisite courtesy towards all humankind which was the breath of his very being. ..."

5. The Word by Harold Waldwin Percival (1913)
"It is a streak of light, enfleshed, costumed, that falls and for a few moments plays upon the stage; then trembles, vanishes, and is seen no more. ..."

6. The Human Worth of Rigorous Thinking: Essays and Addresses by Cassius Jackson Keyser (1916)
"Suppose the nature student is right, suppose the physical universe really is an enfleshed logos of reason, does that imply that all the thinkable is thus ..."

7. The Psychological Principles of Education: A Study in the Science of Education by Herman Harrell Horne (1908)
"The truth which jesting Pilate sought was enfleshed before him, namely, God's thought of a man. The truth which the scientist seeks is embodied before ..."

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