saintliness

[ seynt-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF saintliness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SAINTLINESS

Saintliness had a new incarnation in about every third person I knew.

And as for the Frate, whatever we may think of his saintliness, you judge his preaching too narrowly.

This fashion of saintliness may be along with such matters, but it cometh not by their help.

True womanliness is regarded in our country as the saintliness of love.

David Archer takes him off, too, with his saintliness and goody-goody airs.

What had his philosophy availed him, his saintliness, his hopes for mankind?

There are degrees in the struggle for saintliness; the journalist was but a postulant.

One touch of saintliness that had rarefied him was dispelled to her naughty content.

Our reverence for the saintliness leads us almost into a reverence for the crime.

It was, now, the standard of La Clavel, the mantle of the saintliness he had proclaimed.

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