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(adv.) Without reason; madly; foolishly.
Strong's Hebrew
1984b. halal -- to be boastful, to praise
... root Definition to be boastful, to praise NASB Word Usage acted insanely (1), arrogant
(1), boast (9), boasted (1), boastful (3), boasts (3), boasts boast (1 ...
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The Fallacy of the Young Nation
... very simple and elementary signs; the unconscious ritualists are not satisfied with
anything short of the whole of human life, being almost insanely ritualistic ...
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A visit from vigilantius
... a saint whose holiness was incomparably superior to his own, than that he was a
mad, pestilent, contaminated, furious, and insanely tyrannical person, who had ...
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How Great Good Things the Manichæans Put in the Nature of Evil ...
... would their bodies have been steady by adaptation of parts; without which, those
things could not have been done there which the Manichæans insanely say were ...
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In the Temple at the Feast of Tabernacles.
... Their meaning therefore was that the words of Jesus were insanely preposterous,
and their words savored more of roughness and irreverence than of malignant ...
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That Christians have no Authority for Committing Suicide in any ...
... kill," to pull a flower? Are we thus insanely to countenance the foolish
error of the Manichæans? Putting aside, then, these ravings ...
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The Capitula of the Council.
... and, after having introduced two persons, speaks of one Person only out of dignity,
honour or worship, as both Theodorus and Nestorius insanely have written ...
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God's Ways Past Finding Out.
... future sinfulness? Assuredly, nothing of this kind is said, except most
perversely and insanely. Why, then, did He not do this? Let ...
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As the Law is Not, So Neither is Our Nature Itself that Grace by ...
... Now who can be so insensible to the words of the apostle, who so foolishly, nay,
so insanely ignorant of the purport of his statement, as to venture to affirm ...
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Manichæan Blasphemies Concerning the Nature of God.
... See how insanely he ignores what he says, and by making self-contradictory statements
wages a worse war against himself than against the God of the race of ...
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First and Second Samuel.
... He then became morose and melancholy and insanely jealous in conduct and could not,
therefore, understand the higher religious experiences that were necessary ...
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Insanely (1 Occurrence)
... Noah Webster's Dictionary (adv.) Without reason; madly; foolishly.
Multi-Version Concordance Insanely (1 Occurrence). 1 Samuel 21 ...
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Insane (10 Occurrences)

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Insanity (1 Occurrence)

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Insanely (1 Occurrence)

1 Samuel 21:13
He changed his behavior before them, and feigned himself mad in their hands, and scrabbled on the doors of the gate, and let his spittle fall down on his beard.
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