evangelic

[ ee-van-jel-i-kuh l, ev-uh n- ]SEE DEFINITION OF evangelic

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Indeed, it is so full of evangelic sweetness, that we must quote it.

Yet that exorable Russian is less an elevated realist than an evangelic socialist.

His choice wavered between the evangelic wistfulness of "Are you saved?"

Verily he opened his mouth to the evangelic lore, who in the old law was wont to open the mouths of the prophets.

The quarrel that the world has with evangelic men and doctrines, they would have with a host of angels in the human form.

Such little patches of evangelic life are happily common in Methodism.

I shall be mistaken, if the evangelic virtues are not increased and fortified in your soul by patience.

The heads of the Evangelic Union had been silent but not inactive spectators of the movements in Bohemia.

Mr. Row rejects the first alternative, and accepts the accuracy of the Evangelic records.

I have strong feelings on one point—viz.: the necessity of giving to all our movements an evangelic and aggressive character.

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