10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «IRREPROVABLY»
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An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language
Der.irreprovably, irreprovableness. IRRESISTIBLE, that cannot beresisted. (F.—L
.)InMilton, P. L. vi.63. Coined from Ir (2) and resistible; see Resist.Der. irresistibly,
irresistibleness, irresistibility. IRRESOLUTE, not resolute. (L.)InShak. Hen.
Sandys Travailes: containing a history of the Originall an ...
... to refrain from swearing, perjury, blasphemy, rapine,_usury,sacriledge, murder,
and drunkennesst: : to avoid suspe&ed places, the company of infamous persons
, to live chastly, irreprovably, and in word and deed to shew themselves worthy ...
The whole works, as yet recovered, of ... Robert Leighton, ...
However, the way to silence them, we see, is by well doing ; that silences them
more than whole volumes of Apologies. When a Christian walks irreprovably his
enemies have nowhere to fasten their teeth on him, but are forced to gnaw their ...
Robert Leighton (abp. of Glasgow.), William West (of Nairn), 1870
The paschal or Lent-fast, apostolical and perpetual, a ...
... heads of the invisible dragons, <pain)t>ai, /col kxaroKplTus tf>8a<rai trpoa-
and to stand up victors over sin, and to Kvvriaai icol tV 07(01' avdaTturiv, &c.
arrive to adore the holy resurrection And again, Kipie 6 Bibs war, i 070-
Peter Gunning (bp. of Ely.), Charles Page Eden, 1845
The Life and Times of Sir Thomas Gresham, Founder of the ...
... blasphemy, rapine, usury, saeriledge, murder, and drunkennesse: to avoid
suspected places, the company of infamous persons, to live chastly, irreprovably,
and in word and deed to shew themselves worthy of such a dignity. This oath
John William Burgon, 1839
Dictionarium Scoto-Celticum: a Dictionary of the Gaelic ...
IRREPROVABLY, adv. See Irreprovable. IRRESISTIBLE, adj. Do-phillidh, do-
chur 'n a aghaidh. IRREsIS'rInLv, adv. See Irresistible. IRREsIsTLEss, adj. See
Irresistible. IRRESOLUBLE, adj. Do-bhrisidh, do-fhuasglaidh.
A Dictionary of the English Language ...: To which is Added, ...
Irrepres'sible, a. not to be repressed. Irraproach'able, a. free from reproach.
Irreproach'ableness, s. the quality or state of being irreproachable. Irreproach'
ably, ad. without reproach. Improvable (-proov'-), a. not liable to reproof.
Some yeares travels into divers parts of Asia and Afrique. ...
... and Orphane, to refrain from swearing, periury,ss blasphemy, rapine, ususiry,
sacriledge, murder, and drunkennesie : to avoid su spected places, the
companyof infamous persons, to live chastly, irreprovably, and in 'word and deed
to shew ...
An exposition of the Creed; the Lord's prayer; the ...
They were men that preached all goodness and sincerity to others, and in other
things irreprovably practised them : they could have no design imaginable upon
any profit, or honour, or advantage whatever to themselves ; (they refused all ...
Isaac Barrow, Alexander Napier, William Whewell, 1859
The Whole Works of the --- Archbishop of Glasgow
When a Christian walks irreprovably, his enemies have no where to fasten their
teeth on him, but are forced to gnaw their own malignant tongues. As it secures
the godly, thus to stop the lying mouths of foolish men, so it is as painful to them