Definition of Ensouled

1. Verb. (past of ensoul) ¹



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Definition of Ensouled

1. ensoul [v] - See also: ensoul

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ensouled

ensobered
ensobering
ensobers
ensonify
ensorcel
ensorceled
ensorceling
ensorcell
ensorcelled
ensorcelling
ensorcellment
ensorcellments
ensorcells
ensorcels
ensoul
ensouled (current term)
ensouling
ensouls
enspect
enspection
ensphere
ensphered
enspheres
ensphering
enstall
enstalled
enstalling
enstalls
enstamp
enstamped

Literary usage of Ensouled

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1. Cui Bono? Or, "What Shall it Profit?": A Gentle Philosophy for Those who Doubt by Harwood Huntington (1912)
"... CHAPTER V MAN ensouled " Build a little fence of trust Around to-day. Fill the space with loving deeds, ..."

2. Is God Good, Or the Modern Job by L. W. Keplinger (1917)
"VIII NATURE ensouled " I swear I think now that everything without exception has an eternal soul! The trees have, rooted in the ground! ..."

3. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1913)
"No one, however, doubts that our fellow creatures are according to their organization ensouled as we are with more or less or no feeling, from the range of ..."

4. A Select Library of the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian Church by Augustine, John Chrysostom, Philip Schaff (1887)
"For it might have been that whilst an unen- souled 4 member taken from the body might require to be ensouled,4 yet that the soul of the son might be derived ..."

5. Sree Krishna, the Lord of Love by Bábá Premánand Bhárati (1904)
"When they do, they feel as if the experiences of that physical plane are, as it were, the experiences of a dream, while the experiences of the ensouled ..."

6. A Select Library of the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian Churchby Augustine, John Chrysostom by Augustine, John Chrysostom (1887)
"For it might have been that whilst an unen- souled 4 member taken from the body might require to be ensouled,4 yet that the soul of the son might be derived ..."

7. The Philosophy of Life and Philosophy of Language: In a Course of Lectures by Friedrich von Schlegel (1848)
"Leibnitz, we know, opposed to these atoms of Epicurus, as the constituents of all things, his own monads, as so many living and ensouled unities. ..."

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