Definition of Inerrancies

1. Noun. (plural of inerrancy) ¹



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Definition of Inerrancies

1. inerrancy [n] - See also: inerrancy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inerrancies

inequivalve
inequivalved
inequivalves
inequivalvular
ineradicability
ineradicable
ineradicably
inergetically
inerm
inermis
inermous
inerrability
inerrable
inerrableness
inerrably
inerrancies (current term)
inerrancy
inerrant
inerratic
inerringly
inert
inert gas
inert gas narcosis
inert gases
inerted
inerter
inertest
inertia
inertia time
inertia welding

Literary usage of Inerrancies

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1. A Cosmic View of Religion by William Riley Halstead (1913)
"... of a book or on the way a book has been put together or on the place of the book in the body of the Scriptures or on its age or on its inerrancies. ..."

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