That he is no longer the fashion, militates nothing against his reputation.
The general symmetry of the Apocalypse militates against it.
It is plain it militates with itself almost in all the parts of it.
There is a downright brutality in it which militates against any subtly voluptuous explanation.
Prussian blue borders slightly on green, a quality which militates against its use in skies and distances.
An act which conduces to human welfare is good, one that militates against it is bad.
Another thing that militates against the aircraft motor is the more or less unsteady foundation to which it is attached.
Another matter which militates against her fame to-day is her strenuous solemnity.
They should, therefore, see nothing at the Sunday service which militates against that feeling.
On the whole, we think reason as well as Scripture militates strongly against the doctrine of impressions.