edifying

[ ed-uh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF edifying

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He is probably an edifying spectacle by this time, a mush of maudlin penitence.

Flora naturally said nothing to Anthony of that edifying conversation.

And besides, that edifying sight alone might start the trouble for all I know.

"I'm sure that's an edifying tale" says Sir Penthony, with a deep show of interest.

How near to having had enough of me you must be when you speak of me as edifying!

The sentiments of Augustin, which he quotes, are truly judicious and edifying.

It included what was edifying, to the glory of 643God and the church.

If you care to hear about it, here are the edifying details.

"We are reading Ruskin," May replied, in her most edifying tone of voice.

If I had not been so miserable I should have felt amused at this edifying conversation.

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