conversion

[ kuh n-vur-zhuh n, -shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF conversion

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONVERSION

The manner of Lydia's conversion ought not to be overlooked.

To what dangers might she not be subjected, by the intolerant zeal of conversion!

Her conversion was an event that broke the lethargy of their stagnant life.

The purport of such works is the conversion of pig-lead into white-lead.

Just before his conversion, his college course, early begun, had been completed.

If you would care to hear it, I will relate to you the story of my conversion.

At conversion you did not yet know your need of Him, and still less what you might expect of Him.

The conversion of Clovis was the first light which arose in this darkness.

In this letter we are at a hundred years after the conversion of Clovis.

Many of the agents know apparently nothing about conversion.

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