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deaconing

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  • as indoctor
  • as infalsify
  • as ingloss

synonyms for deaconing

  • add to
  • alter
  • falsify
  • fudge
  • misrepresent
  • tamper with
  • change
  • cut
  • deacon
  • debase
  • dilute
  • disguise
  • gloss
  • load
  • sophisticate
  • spike
  • weight
  • dope up
  • mix with
  • water down

antonyms for deaconing

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  • reveal
  • clean
  • harm
  • hurt
  • injure
  • purify
  • agree
  • approve
  • clean
  • explain
  • hurt
  • purify
  • represent
  • straighten
  • tell the truth
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How to use deaconing in a sentence

During the services there was singing, the chaplain deaconing out the hymn in their favorite way.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 14, NO. 86, DECEMBER, 1864VARIOUS
The Rowley church tried diplomacy in their struggle against "deaconing," by instituting a gradual abolishing of the custom.
SABBATH IN PURITAN NEW ENGLANDALICE MORSE EARLE
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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