contradistinguishing love



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  • v. Present participle of contradistinguish.


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  • The writings of Plato and Bishop Taylor, and the _Theoria Sacra_ of Burnet, furnish undeniable proofs that poetry of the highest kind may exist without metre, and even without the contradistinguishing objects of a poem.

    English literary criticism

  • Branding and marking cattle and horses is certainly a most cruel practice, but under the old conditions of the open range, where individual ownerships numbered thousands of head, no other means existed of contradistinguishing title.

    The Red-Blooded Heroes of the Frontier

  • "Female _influence_ is and ought to be _potent, _" said the general, with an emphasis on influence, contradistinguishing it from power, and reducing the exaggeration of omnipotent by the short process of lopping off two syllables.

    Tales and Novels — Volume 10

  • I mean, in a historical context: they may have been trying to inaugurate an aesthetic, but aesthetic lives in the context of its own self-defining past as much as in the contradistinguishing past of what came before it … don't you agree?

    A Trout In The Milk

  • "The peculiarity of the moral habits, contradistinguishing them from the intellectual acquisitions, is the presence of two hostile powers, one to be gradually raised into the ascendant over the other.

    Talks To Teachers On Psychology; And To Students On Some Of Life's Ideals

  • "Well, well," said Honora More -- which means great Honora, in opposition to her daughter, Fardorougha's wife; this being an epithet adopted for the purpose of contradistinguishing the members of a family when called by the same name -- "Well," said she, "I suppose it's as good.

    Fardorougha, The Miser The Works of William Carleton, Volume One


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