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When the sense of God's authority over us is practical, and not notional only.
When he's sort of wild and notional by nature and traps set for him?
UNDER THE LAWEDWINA STANTON BABCOCK
The cap'n was a first-rate seaman and died rich, but he was dreadful notional.
They wish to catch as many fish as they possibly can, while they are biting, for mackerel are very notional.
For it is slight compared to their notional assent, that which they think they believe concerning it.
Sometimes, dynamite will work all right for such a purpose, but it is notional stuff and can not be depended upon merely to burn.
DYNAMITE STORIESHUDSON MAXIM
Cursing himself for a notional fool, Carl jerked the candlestick from the fire and beat out the flames.
DIANE OF THE GREEN VANLEONA DALRYMPLE
The Form stands first, the Matter second, not in time, but in notional presentation.
ARISTOTLEGEORGE GROTE
"He always was a notional little man," the women said, on hearing this.
There is nothing but the lamp of profession, and the dry wick of a nominal, notional, head belief.
THE LORD'S COMINGC. H. (CHARLES HENRY) MACKINTOSH

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