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Longe   Listen
noun
Longe  n.  (Zool.) Same as 4th Lunge.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Longe" Quotes from Famous Books



... 1 Kings XVII, 38 sqq.—Cfr. Lessius, De Praedest. et Reprob., sect. 5, n. 106: "Ex quibus patet, gratiam efficacem, si physice spectetur, non semper esse maius beneficium, quum saepenumero ea, quae effectu caret, secundum suam entitatem longe sit praestantior. Si tamen spectetur moraliter, nimirum ut subest praescientiae infallibili effectus, sic semper maius est beneficium, etiam ut praecisa ab actuali effectu et gratia cooperante seu ut prior actuali ...
— Grace, Actual and Habitual • Joseph Pohle

... holme, faste by a pathwaie side Which dide unto Seynete Godwine's covent lede, A hapless pilgrim moneynge dyd abide, Pore in his viewe, ungentle in his weede, Longe bretful of the miseries of neede; Where from the hailstone coulde the almer flie? He had no housen theere, ne anie ...
— English Poets of the Eighteenth Century • Selected and Edited with an Introduction by Ernest Bernbaum

... the men, regaining coolness to some extent, gathered their forces and fell cautiously to the deadly work, it would have been enough to change the cold shimmer of her face to a flash of warm delight. For she would have understood every feint, longe, parry, and seen at a glance how Father Beret set the pace and led the race at the beginning. She would have understood; for Father Beret had taught her all she knew about ...
— Alice of Old Vincennes • Maurice Thompson



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