adumbration

[ a-duhm-breyt, ad-uh m-breyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF adumbration

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Every nerve centre must be prepared to express any adumbration of plasticity.

An exquisite pose, girlish, fascinating, yet carrying with it an adumbration of power.

Newman was the true priest, and Froude recognized his genius and that his soul was "an adumbration of the Divine."

You cannot do it; unless indeed in Isaac's Sacrifice you are content to find the adumbration of the scene on Calvary.

We get thus far in the adumbration of Essentia that it is the subject of all predicates, but never itself a predicate.

On the evolutionist interpretation this is an adumbration of the actual genealogical tree or Stammbaum.

But an image is but an image still, and can be but an adumbration or shadow of the true Perfect Being.

Men never move to the adumbration of general right until the conquest of political rights has been proved inadequate.

However, the soul evidently gave a form to this adumbration from the very beginning of things.

Our present life, in which we are not united with the divinity, is only a trace or adumbration of real life.

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