instrumentality

[ in-struh-men-tal-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF instrumentality

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSTRUMENTALITY

She had received through their instrumentality the best gift of Heaven.

This can be effected only by the instrumentality of pleasure.

They felt that their supremacy was menaced, and largely by his instrumentality.

My dear Page, do you believe in the instrumentality of coincidence?

But we cannot through the instrumentality of any of our faculties perceive God.

It is the instrumentality that Nature, as we say, uses to do her work.

So you must pay this debt to your father by the instrumentality of another.

One box he might pass safely through this instrumentality, but only one.

The manifestation of the risen Christ was the instrumentality which enlightened him.

At least, it is very seldom that this is done through the instrumentality of reasoning.

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