Definition of Insistences

1. Noun. (plural of insistence) ¹



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Definition of Insistences

1. insistence [n] - See also: insistence

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Insistences

insinuendo
insinuendoes
insinuendos
insipid
insipidities
insipidity
insipidly
insipidness
insipience
insipient
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insistance
insistances
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insistence
insistences (current term)
insistencies
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insistures
insitiency
insition
insitions

Literary usage of Insistences

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1. Essays & Addresses on the Philosophy of Religion by Friedrich Hügel, Friedrich H̀eugel (1921)
"... by the distinction that God Himself attracts to good alone, and simply permits Satan to tempt the soul to evil; and insistences upon this earthly life ..."

2. Poetry by Modern Poetry Association (1921)
"... Gratified his sense of attainment but slightly. "Realism and truth be damned !" he was often heard to say— "They are trite insistences ..."

3. Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"At the present day dogmatic theology, with its promises of rewards and threats of damnation, bears a diminishing ratio to the insistences on justice, ..."

4. The Classical Heritage of the Middle Ages by Henry Osborn Taylor (1901)
"What motives entered these deathbed insistences ? Some, at least, that were not ascetic. The earlier ethical ideals of Greek philosophy ..."

5. The Classical Heritage of the Middle Ages by Henry Osborn Taylor (1911)
"What motives entered these deathbed insistences ? Some, at least, that were not ascetic. The earlier ethical ideals of Greek philosophy ..."

6. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1912)
"For the court to state to the jury the allegations of the petitioner and the insistences of counsel is not violative of the Code section against the judge's ..."

7. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1919)
"Jacobi is not like Reid, when, for him, there is no reality outside consciousness, but he reminds us of Reid in his insistences on immediate perception. ..."

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