intellect

[ in-tl-ekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF intellect

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This boasted power of intellect—this giddy triumph of beauty—what do they do for you?

Conscience, he said, was the soul's safeguard, and reason the safeguard of the heart and intellect.

For him the intellect as such is the organ of religious truth.

At other times the contests are only of the intellect and the mind, but are equally remarkable.

His intellect was a blank; he had no knowledge, no desires, no affections.

Shall I have to scold my coadjutor, or to reason with an intellect like this?

It re-quires An elevation, and A preparation of the intellect.

Let us not be supposed to exclude the intellect from a share in every highest office.

But to follow those is the province of the intellect, not of the imagination.

The intellect itself is but the scaffolding for the uprearing of the spiritual nature.

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