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Definition of the noun Abhorring
What does Abhorring mean as a name of something?
- See Detestation.
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The Popular and Critical Bible Encyclopaedia and Scriptural Dictionary, Fully Defining and Explaining All Religious Terms, Including Biographical, Geographical, Historical, Archaeological and Doctrinal Themes (1920)
Superbly Illustrated with Over 600 Maps and Engravings by Andrew Constantinides Zenos
ABHORRING A BIB this name, and contemporary with Christ. The name does not occur in Scripture, but is celebrated in ecclesiastical history, on account of the correspondence which is said to have passed between him and Christ.
fully defining and explaining all religious terms, including biographical, geographical, historical, archæological and doctrinal themes : superbly illustrated with over 600 maps and engravings by Samuel Fallows (bp.)
ABHORRING ABIB this name, and contemporary with Christ. The name does not occur in Scripture, but is celebrated in ecclesiastical history, on account of the correspondence which is said to have passed between him and Christ. The legend ...
by Noah Webster
Abhorring.] To regard with horror; to loathe; to ik-test. Ab-hor'rence (-hSr'rcna), ...
by William Chambers
abhorring. abbeae, at/eSi «., the female superior of a nunnery. abbey, ab'e, n, a monastery presided over by an abbot ; the church attached to it :— //. abb'eys. Abbreviate, ab-brfi'vi-at, v.t, to make 3rk/" or short :—/r.f. abbreviating ; pa.p.
by Chambers W. and R., ltd
abhorring abbeea, ab'es, п., the female superior of a nunnery. abbey, ab' be, n. a monastery presided over by он abbot ; the church attached to it :— pi.
The Gentlemlen's Lexicon; Or, A Pocket Dictionary, Containing Nearly Every Work in the English Language (1835)
Being Also Particularly Adapted to the Use of Academies and Schools by William Grimshaw
abhorring; past, abhorrea: s. abhorrence, or ab horrency; abhorrer: adj. abhorrent : adv. abhorrently. ABIDE, v. To stay in a place; to dwell; to remain, pr. par- abiding; past, abode: s. abider,abode.
A New Universal, Technological, Etymological, and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1854)
by John Craig
ABHORRING— ABIKTULE. deration from troth; in error; a mistake; tike opinion. ABERRANT, s-ber'rant, a. Wandering; stnuiu from the tight way. ABERRATION, ab-ei-a'shnn, .«. (French ; aberratio lit.) The act of deviating £rum the right common ...
by John Walker
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Scrabble value of A1B3H4O1R1R1I1N1G2
The value of this 9-letter word is 15 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
Anagrams of ABHORRING
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- BRIAN GROH
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