Lexicographical Neighbors of Ascendantly
Literary usage of Ascendantly
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1840)
"... has ascendantly pervaded society, which spirit has ever had a body of positive organs whereby to act. By a democratic age, he means any age in which a ..."
2. Debates and Proceedings of the National Council of Congregational Churches by James Manning Winchell Yerrinton, Henry Martyn Parkhurst (1866)
"... in the end he may receive as much, yet the mode is somewhat degrading to him,— degrading, that he has to take as a gilt what is so ascendantly his due. ..."
3. The Three Divine Sisters: Faith, Hope, and Charity. The Leaven, Or : a by Thomas Adams (1847)
"ascendantly— 1. We will consider him hominem, a man. " Behold the man," John xix. 5, saith Pilate. AVe may tarry and wonder at his lowest degree, ..."