prefigurement

[ pree-fig-yer ]SEE DEFINITION OF prefigurement
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In prefigurement of the Wandering Jew, each day he moved on.

If the prefigurement was at any point vague it was none the less arresting.

In each of these existences the larva or mask is the prefigurement of the succeeding existence.

It was not quite easy to see why this had been the case—it had not been precisely Peter's own prefigurement.

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