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3545. nomimos -- rightly, lawfully
... lawfully. Adverb from a derivative of nomos; legitimately (specially, agreeably
to the rules of the lists) -- lawfully. see GREEK nomos. ...
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1104. gnesios -- sincerely, truly
... Cognate: 1104 (an adverb) -- legitimately (sincerely). See 1103 (). Word Origin
adverb from gnesios Definition sincerely, truly NASB Word Usage genuinely (1). ...
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1861. epaggellomai -- to proclaim, to promise
... Cognate: 1861 (from 1909 , ", fitting" intensifying , "announce") -- properly,
to declare a promise that is (), ie legitimately applies. ...
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The General Service to a Monk-Martyr.
... Legitimately hast thou kept fasts, legitimately suffered and legitimately wast thou
crowned, being fortified by God's word and preserving thyself unhurt, O ...
/.../anonymous/the general menaion/chapter xviii the general service.htm

The Lost Sheep.
... nine that remained on the pasture, points directly and immediately to two distinct
classes of human kind; but it brings up as legitimately, although more ...
//christianbookshelf.org/arnot/the parables of our lord/xxii the lost sheep.htm

Of the Reasons for Administering Correction to Bad and Good ...
... them because they fear to give offence, lest they should injure their interests
in those things which good men may innocently and legitimately use,"though ...
//christianbookshelf.org/augustine/city of god/chapter 9 of the reasons for.htm

The Holy See and the Wandering of the Nations.
... Leo as exercising this Primacy by annulling the acts of an Ecumenical Council, the
second of Ephesus, legitimately called and attended by his own legates ...
/.../allies/the formation of christendom volume vi/chapter i the holy see.htm

Synopsis. --The Cardinal Point in the Present Discussion
... Miracles, legitimately viewed as the natural product of extraordinary psychical
power, or, to phrase it otherwise, of an exceptional vital endowment, belong ...
/.../miracles and supernatural religion/viii synopsis the cardinal point in.htm

From Examples Tertullian Passes to Direct Dogmatic Teachings He ...
... [654] A divorced woman cannot even marry legitimately; and if she commit any such
act without the name of marriage, does it not fall under the category of ...
/.../tertullian/on monogamy/chapter ix from examples tertullian passes.htm

Examples from among the Heathen, as Well as from the Church, to ...
... In short, monogamy among the heathen is so held in highest honour, that even virgins,
when legitimately marrying, have a woman never married but once appointed ...
/.../tertullian/on exhortation to chastity/chapter xiii examples from among the.htm

... To give up faith in Christ is to give up faith in humanity. Such skepticism
legitimately ends at last in the nihilism of despair. ...
//christianbookshelf.org/schaff/the person of christ/preface.htm

Christ and his Table-Companions "And when the Hour was Come, He ...
... this make them? Then, secondly, what did this imply? And, thirdly, what
further may we legitimately infer from it? I. First, then ...
/.../spurgeon/till he come/christ and his table-companions and.htm

It is the Ultimate Standard for Regulating Conduct.
... And again the answer is"What teaches the Word of God? No one who possesses a copy
of the Bible can legitimately plead ignorance of God's will. ...
/.../pink/the divine inspiration of the bible/iii it is the ultimate.htm

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
(adv.) In a legitimate manner; lawfully; genuinely.
Legitimately (1 Occurrence)
... Noah Webster's Dictionary (adv.) In a legitimate manner; lawfully; genuinely.
Multi-Version Concordance Legitimately (1 Occurrence). ...
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Leg-muscles (4 Occurrences)
Leg-muscles. Legitimately, Leg-muscles. Legs . Multi-Version Concordance
Leg-muscles (4 Occurrences). ... (BBE). Legitimately, Leg-muscles. Legs . Reference ...
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Illegitimate (4 Occurrences)
... authorized; unlawful; improper. 3. (a.) Not legitimately deduced or inferred;
illogical; as, an illegitimate inference. 4. (a.) Not ...
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Truly (468 Occurrences)
... 4. (adv.) Conformably to law; legally; legitimately. 5. (adv.) In fact; in deed;
in reality; in truth. Multi-Version Concordance Truly (468 Occurrences). ...
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Tidal (2 Occurrences)
... 4. Doubts as to His Identity: Though we have here the long-sought name of Tidal,
it may legitimately be doubted whether this personage was the ruler of that ...
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Tribute (67 Occurrences)
... people. It may, however, be legitimately regarded as denoting any tax whatever
imposed by a foreign power on the people of Israel. ...
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Covet (14 Occurrences)
... kuv'-et ('awah; zeloo, "to desire earnestly," "to set the heart and mind upon
anything"): Used in two senses: good, simply to desire earnestly but legitimately...
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Subject (99 Occurrences)
... 1 Corinthians 9:21 to those without law, as without law, (not as without law to
God, but as legitimately subject to Christ,) in order that I might gain those ...
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... Paul did not survive the year 64, and as these Pastoral Epistles were recognized
as Pauline in the immediately succeeding age, we may legitimately accept them ...
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Bible Concordance
Legitimately (1 Occurrence)

1 Corinthians 9:21 to those without law, as without law, (not as without law to God, but as legitimately subject to Christ,) in order that I might gain those without law.



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