Thesaurus / perdition

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Away to perdition with your cordials, or I set the dogs on you.

God Wills It!William Stearns Davis

I thought, however, that her perdition was involuntary, and that she was dragged down by the angels in their fall.

ThaisAnatole France

All who had separated from the Papal communion were alike outcasts, cut off from grace, children of perdition.

And now you have got me to Alsander you want to drive me to perdition.

The King of AlsanderJames Elroy Flecker

Till that instant the idea of a temptation of the evil one, of the possibility of perdition, had never entered my head.

The old religion condemned man, even though unenlightened, to perdition and saved him only through special dispensation.

They are all traps for the unwary, and gulfs into which the soul sinks blindfold down to perdition.

Dear lady, I had none to support me; all looked on me as a wretch doomed to ignominy and perdition.

FrankensteinMary W. Shelley

Certain it is that those so lost (ytkn) will perish and that any hand can deal a blow at those thus going to perdition (atkn).

The Bbur-nma in EnglishBabur, Emperor of Hindustan

Like the adult who during a chaotic life commits kindred errors, he becomes undisciplined, feeble, and "in peril of perdition."

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