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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
1. (n.) The state of being forgotten; cessation of remembrance; forgetfulness; as, to fade into oblivion.

2. (n.) Official ignoring of offenses; amnesty, or general pardon; as, an act of oblivion.

3024. lethe -- forgetfulness
... Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine Transliteration: lethe Phonetic Spelling: (lay'-thay)
Short Definition: forgetfulness Definition: forgetfulness, oblivion. ...
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1953. epilesmone -- forgetfulness
... Speech: Noun, Feminine Transliteration: epilesmone Phonetic Spelling: (ep-ee-lace-
mon-ay') Short Definition: forgetfulness Definition: forgetfulness, oblivion. ...
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Strong's Hebrew
5388. neshiyyah -- forgetfulness, oblivion
... forgetfulness, oblivion. Transliteration: neshiyyah Phonetic Spelling:
(nesh-ee-yaw') Short Definition: forgetfulness. ... From nashah; oblivion; --forgetfulness. ...
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Absurdity of the Doctrine of the Transmigration of Souls.
... Athenian, who also was the first [3282] to introduce this opinion, when he could
not set them aside, invented the [notion of] a cup of oblivion, imagining that ...
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Plato's Inconsistency He Supposes the Soul Self-Existent, yet ...
... qualities being equal to the attributes of God, it must then be subject to no passion,
and therefore to no loss of memory; for this defect of oblivion is as ...
/.../a treatise on the soul/chapter xxiv platos inconsistency he supposes.htm

The New Testament Has Preserved for us the Most Valuable Portion ...
... for us the most valuable portion of primitive Christian literature; yet at the same
time it delivered the rest of the earliest works to oblivion, and has ...
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Porphyry's Emendations and Modifications of Platonism.
... which have been sent into the Elysian fields (the poetic name for the joys of the
blessed) are summoned to the river Lethe, that is, to the oblivion of the past ...
/.../augustine/city of god/chapter 30 porphyrys emendations and modifications.htm

Blessed and Tragic Unconsciousness
... suspects it. The reasons why that is so, point, at the same time, to the ways
by which we may attain to this blessed self-oblivion. So ...
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Examples of Heathens Urged as Commendatory of Widowhood and ...
... But if they who have (wives) are (thus) bound to consign to oblivion what they have,
how much more are they who have not, prohibited from seeking a second time ...
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The Defence
... Look how the coach has been superseded by the use of steam. Look how electricity
has superseded that, and swept a hundred almost new inventions into oblivion. ...
/.../drummond/the greatest thing in the world and other addresses/the defence.htm

Species, or Units of Nature.
... This is a very fine illustration of facts, if Darwinism may boast of facts, for
the connecting links between species are "under the sea" of oblivion, never to ...
/.../species or units of nature.htm

Clement's Early History; Doubts.
... was born, and whether there shall be no remembrance of this life after death, and
so the boundlessness of time shall consign all things to oblivion and silence ...
/.../unknown/recognitions of clement /chapter i clements early history doubts.htm

Celsus, However, Suspecting that the Tendency of Such Teaching as ...
... with them, and lest, through an excessive regard for the body, he should have his
mind turned away from higher things, and allow them to pass into oblivion. ...
/.../origen/origen against celsus/chapter lx celsus however suspecting.htm

Oblivion (1 Occurrence)
... Noah Webster's Dictionary 1. (n.) The state of being forgotten; cessation of
remembrance; forgetfulness; as, to fade into oblivion. ...Oblivion (1 Occurrence). ...
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Oboth (4 Occurrences)

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Obliterate (1 Occurrence)

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Immortality (6 Occurrences)
... 2. (n.) Exemption from oblivion; perpetuity; as, the immortality of fame.
Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia. IMMORTAL; IMMORTALITY. ...
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Immortal (3 Occurrences)
... 3. (a.) Destined to live in all ages of this world; abiding; exempt from oblivion;
imperishable; as, immortal fame. 4. (a.) Great; excessive; grievous. ...
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Forgetfulness (1 Occurrence)
... 1. (n.) The quality of being forgetful; proneness to let slip from the mind. 2.
(n.) Loss of remembrance or recollection; a ceasing to remember; oblivion. ...
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Forgetful (4 Occurrences)
... 2. (a.) Heedless; careless; neglectful; inattentive. 3. (a.) Causing to forget;
inducing oblivion; oblivious. Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia. ...
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Revive (31 Occurrences)
... 2. (vi) Hence, to recover from a state of oblivion, obscurity, neglect, or depression;
as, classical learning revived in the fifteenth century. ...
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Embalm (4 Occurrences)
... 2. (vt) To fill or imbue with sweet odor; to perfume. 3. (vt) To preserve from
decay or oblivion as if with balm; to perpetuate in remembrance. ...
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