Thesaurus / propitiation

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There are many proofs of His love, but the crowning act of all is propitiation.

He was the propitiation, as the slain victim; but, in virtue of that, He is now become the flesh of the peace-offering.

The propitiation required antecedently to a revelation was indeed offered.

The girl's father demanded the boy's blood as propitiation for the wrong.

Oriental WomenEdward Bagby Pollard

This was not only a recognition of Pinney's worth in being so fond of his wife, but a vague attempt at propitiation.

And He is the propitiation for our sins: and not for ours only, but also for the sins of the whole world.

The Cahrocs have a similar festival, which they call the Feast of the Propitiation.

Is it a mere coincidence that the olive should be associated in China, as in Greece, with propitiation?

China and the ChineseHerbert Allen Giles

As truly as guilt is a real thing, as truly as God's condemnation of sin is a real thing, a propitiation is needed.

All these practices point either to lustration or propitiation.

British GoblinsWirt Sikes

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