temporality

[ tem-puh-ral-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF temporality

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We can apprehend the eternal essence of God because the temporality of our thought is accidental to its meaning.

The conviction and judgment in a civil court would not touch his temporality.

I would have brought him to no longer regretting his temporality; I would have made him an idol.

If worship is confined to the idolization of the sun or the cat, every one realizes the temporality of the matter.

The temporality of all things—even of the great imperturbable trees—is a thought of endless visitation in Nature.

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