heathenish

[ hee-thuh-nish ]SEE DEFINITION OF heathenish

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEATHENISH

And I might call it a heathenish dish, which no true Christian man could eat.

He was supposed, by this, to be engaged in the performance of some heathenish incantation.

Do I believe that she is wild, unwomanly, heathenish, as Mrs. Danby says?

And if this heathenish leaven is going to rise in him I'll have to struggle hard with him!

It is so heathenish, as it were,—so unlike all the snugness of our modern civilization!

He had been taxed, said Popham, by the world with the defence of most heathenish Popham's Exhortation.

They are a rough, heathenish set of fellows, these Milton men of yours.'

"Uncircumcision" embraced all that was heathenish, outcast and unclean.

Wherein then differ the christian religion and the heathenish?

Heathenish it must ever remain so long as it does no more than this.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English hæðenisc; see heathen + -ish.

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