Thesaurus / baptize

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Baptize means to immerse in, or wash with something, usually water.

"Maybe they were bringing the little children to him for him to baptize them," said the father.

Dorothy PageEldridge B. Hatcher

No, he would die a heathen rather than ask for an archbishop to baptize him.

This immaculate idea, represented first by man and last by woman, will baptize with fire, etc.

The Religio-Medical MasqueradeFrederick William Peabody

Did he not baptize those few with water for the same pacific purpose, or did he not at first receive full light upon this subject?

Water BaptismJames H. Moon

Faraud one day as he was travelling through the forest, and asked him to baptize him.

A new order of philosophers is appearing; I shall venture to baptize them by a name not without danger.

Beyond Good and EvilFriedrich Nietzsche

He must baptize me, and afterwards I will come with you; but you must take great care that nobody kisses you.

Basque LegendsWentworth Webster

If so, why did he not baptize the little ones the day they were brought to him?

Dorothy PageEldridge B. Hatcher

He will come soon; and when he comes, he will not baptize with water as I do.

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