10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AGONISTICAL»
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A Pronouncing and Explanatory Dictionary of the English ...
A prize-fighter. AGONISTICAL, 4g-i-n!sUe-kal, a. relating to prizeant [agonistical
manner. AGONISTICALLY, ag-A-ntstie-kfl-e, ad. In the AGONISTICK, &g-A.ni»t-ik,
a. Agonistical. AGONIZE, ig-d-ni'z, vt. To afflict with agony. AGONIZE, ig^o-ni'z, ...
The Pictorial Bible, Being the Old and New Testaments
reverence and godly fear: also heaven. 1' Or, let u hold/ast- m Dent. 4. 24, and 9.
3t Verse 1. “So great a cloud of wiInenes.”—This verse consists of a series of
agonistical metaphors. The primary reference here seems to be to the dense
THE PICTORIAL BIBLE BEING THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS
So preat a cloud of witnesses' — This verse consists of a series of agonistical
metaphors. The primary reference here seems to he the dense mass of the
spectators attracted hy the contest; but there is probably also an allusion to the
'So great a cloud of witnesses' — This verse consists of a series of agonistical
metaphors. The primary reference here seems to be the dense mass of the
spectators attracted by the contest ; but there is probably also an allusion to the
Recensio Synoptica Annotationis Sacræ: Being a Critical ...
In the former part of this clause all modern Commentators since the time of Hamm
., recognise an agonistical metaphor. And so Schleus., who renders ook
eyKaroiKfur. " in cursu superiores." But there seems something incongruous in
this idea; ...
Samuel Thomas Bloomfield, 1828
The Holy Bible: According to the Authorized Version, ...
These also appear to be agonistical allusions, derived from those who, being tssi
or exhausted and disheartened, are disposed to give over their contest in the
race. 4. " Rentted unto blood.''' — The profusion of agonistical metaphors in the ...
A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language: ...
AGONISTICAL, lg-A-n!sUc-kll, a. Relating to prize- aghting. [ agonistical manner.
AGONISTICALLY, ag-A-nist^-kal-e, ad. In the AGONISTICK, ag-A-nFsUik, n.
Agonistical. AGONIZE, ig^A-ni';, rt. To afflict with agony. AGONIZE, ag^A-ni'z, ci.
The Sacred Classics Defended and Illustrated: Or, An Essay ...
... we shall add and transcribe another, in the same page in the original; TO;
Priam-77 JFSJS iixms, Zn 'fig &Trace-"In, Zn at? an msixesiz'r, 'Zn argued;
mossgcovm arrows-ex; Wart; air/71; gain-rats 5- ' _Those noble agonistical
expressions of ...
Dictionarium Scoto-Celticum: a Dictionary of the Gaelic ...
Aeoms'r, :. Fear-spairn air son gill. Acosuers, s. Fear-gheall-stritheach, cuiridh
nan geall. Aoomsnc, adj. See Agonistical. AGONISTICAL, adj. A bhuineas do
chath gheall, geall-chathach. AGONISTICALLY, adv. Gu geall-chathach.
It is an agonistical word, in the first use of it, belonging to the etvkttu, or differs,
which was one of the Grecian exercises, or to the irayKpariao-rai, which was a
mixed exercise, made up of cuffing and wrestling together, and is the thing
referred to ...