Definition of Henotic

1. a. Harmonizing; irenic.



Definition of Henotic

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to the production of peace and harmony; unifying ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Henotic

1. tending to unify [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Henotic

hennomartinite
hennotannic
hennotannic acid
hennoxazole
hennoxazoles
henny
henoch-schoenlein syndrome
henogenesis
henological
henology
henotheism
henotheisms
henotheist
henotheistic
henotheists
henotic (current term)
henpeck
henpecked
henpecking
henpecks
henpuye
henries
henritermierite
henroost
henroosts
henry
henryite
henrymeyerite
henrys
hens

Literary usage of Henotic

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1. The Contemporary Review (1878)
"Nor, I believe, has any country produced a greate number of henotic writers ; the theological peacemakers, who, hopin against hope, have striven, ..."

2. The Life of William Ewart Gladstone by John Morley (1903)
"... other topics Mr. Gladstone commended to his mentor the idea of a republication in a series, of the best works of those whom he would call the henotic or ..."

3. The Life of William Ewart Gladstone by John Morley (1911)
"... other topics Mr. Gladstone commended to his mentor the idea of a republication in a series, of the best works of those whom he would call the henotic or ..."

4. Putnam's Monthly (1907)
"... amenity with which Mr. Balfour opposes Mr. Asquith, or Air. Haldane replies to Mr. Brodrick. The secret is to be found in the henotic influence of the ..."

5. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1811)
"... to favour in the western church the reception of Zeno's henotic, a Greek edict for facilitating the comprehension of Arians and Papists in one church. ..."

6. Correspondence on Church and Religion of William Ewart Gladstone by William Ewart Gladstone (1910)
"I once proposed to him the idea of republishing in series the works of (so to call them) the henotic writers. He entered into it warmly. ..."

7. Putnam's Magazine (1907)
"... amenity with which Mr. Balfour opposes Mr. Asquith, or Mr. Haldane replies to Mr. Brodrick. The secret is to be found in the henotic influence of the ..."

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