Definition of Hidings
1. Noun. (plural of hiding) ¹
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Definition of Hidings
1. hiding [n] - See also: hiding
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Literary usage of Hidings
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1. Zion's Pilgrim by Robert Hawker (1816)
"I have been long exercised under the hidings of the divine countenance, and sometimes tempted to cry out with the Church of old, ' My hope is perished from ..."
2. The Popular History of England by Charles Knight (1880)
"hidings of Char'cs Eir ward.— His return to France. THE Highland army, marching rapidly in two divisions—one by * Blair Athol, and one by the coast—reached ..."
3. A Cyclopedia of Missions: Containing a Comprehensive View of Missionary by Harvey Newcomb (1860)
"They have all been in hidings on the mountains, their houses broken up and pillaged ; and many of them bare nothing left but the clothes they wear. ..."
4. Annotations Upon Popular Hymns by Charles Seymour Robinson (1893)
"2 I mourn the hidings of thy face ; The absence ofthat smile Which led me toa throne of grace, And gave my soul a resting-pIace From earthly ..."
5. The Collected Writings of Dougal Graham, "Skellat" Bellman of Glasgow by Dougal Graham (1883)
"Hardships, hidings and narrow escape. THE Prince from Badenoch that night, Over the mountains took his flight. With only six in's company, And one who led ..."
6. The Works of President Edwards ...: A Reprint of the Worcester Edition, with by Jonathan Edwards (1844)
"... God and Jesus Christ, and longing That this present life d *^ hidings may be, as it were, ... hidings."
7. The Rise and Progress of Religion in the Soul: Illustrated in a Course of by Philip Doddridge (1831)
"THE CASE OF THE CHRISTIAN UNDER THE hidings OF GOD'S , FACE. 1. The phrase scriptural.—2. It signifies the withdrawing the tokens of the divine favour,—3. ..."
8. Illustrative Gatherings for Preachers and Teachers: A Manual of Anecdotes by George Seaton Bowes (1864)
"hidings of God's 4. The most decided face. "Many go to Christians. (See heaven in a kind of Ryle on " Assur- mist."—Boston. ance.") "All's Well. ..."