expressing the situation of something that is or appears to be enclosed or surrounded by something else.living in Deep River expressing a period of time during which an event takes place or a situation remains the case.
hope A desire of some good, accompanied with at least a slight expectation of obtaining it, or a belief that it is obtainable. Hope differs from wish and desire in this, that it implies some expectation of obtaining the good desired, or the possibility of possessing it. Hope therefore always gives pleasure or joy; whereas wish and desire may produce or be accompanied with pain and anxiety. The hypocrite's hope shall perish. Job.8.He wish'ed, but not with hope--Sweet hope! kind cheat!He that lives upon hope, will die fasting.Confidence in a future event; the highest degree of well founded expectation of good; as a hope founded on God's gracious promises; a scriptural sense.A well founded scriptural hope,is, in our religion, the source of ineffable happiness.That which gives hope; he or that which furnishes ground of expectation, or promises desired good. The hope of Israel is the Messiah.The Lord will be the hope of his people. Joel 3. An opinion or belief not amounting to certainty, but grounded on substantial evidence. The christian indulges a hope, that his sins are pardoned.
eternalETER'NAL, a. L. oeternus, composed of oevum and ternus, oeviternus, Varro. The origin of the last component part of the word is not obvious. It occurs in diuturnus, and seems to denote continuance.Without beginning or end of existence.The eternal God is thy refuge. Deut.33.Without beginning of existence.To know whether there is any real being, whose duration has been eternal.Without end of existence or duration; everlasting; endless; immortal.That they may obtain the salvation which is in Christ Jesus with eternal glory. 2 Tim.2.What shall I do, that I may have eternal life? Matt.19.Suffering the vengeance of eternal fire. Jude 7.Perpetual; ceaseless; continued without intermission.And fires eternal in thy temple shine.Unchangeable; existing at all times without change; as eternal truth.ETER'NAL, n. An appellation of God.
life, In a general sense, that state of animals and plants, or of an organized being, in which its natural functions and motions are performed, or in which its organs are capable of performing their functions. A tree is not destitute of life in winter, when the functions of its organs are suspended; nor man during a swoon or syncope; nor strictly birds, quadrupeds or serpents during their torpitude in winter. They are not strictly dead, till the functions of their organs are incapable of being renewed.In animals, animation; vitality; and in man, that state of being in which the soul and body are united.He entreated me not to take his life.In plants, the state in which they grow or are capable of growth, by means of the circulation of the sap. The life of an oak may be two, three, or four hundred years.The present state of existence; the time from birth to death. The life of man seldom exceeds seventy years.If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable. 1Cor. 15.Manner of living; conduct; deportment, in regard to morals.will teach my family to lead good lives.Condition; course of living, in regard to happiness and misery. We say, a man's life has been a series of prosperity, or misfortune.Blood, the supposed vehicle of animation.And the warm life came issuing through the wound.Animals in general; animal being.Full nature swarms with life.System of animal nature.Lives through all life. Spirit; animation; briskness; vivacity; resolution.They have no notion of life and fire in fancy and words.The living form; real person or state; in opposition to a copy; as, a picture is taken from the life; a description from the life.Exact resemblance; with to, before life.His portrait is draw to the life.General state of man, or of social manners; as the studies and arts that polish life.Condition; rank in society; as high life and low life.Common occurrences; course of things; human affairs.But to know that which before us lies in daily life, is the prime wisdom.A person; a living being; usually or always, a human being. How many lives were sacrificed during the revolution?Narrative of a past life; history of the events of life; biographical narration. Johnson wrote the life of Milton, and the lives of other poets. In Scripture, nourishment; support of life.For the tree of the field is man's life. Deut. 20.The stomach or appetite.His life abhorreth bread. Job. 33.The enjoyments or blessings of the present life.Having the promise of the life that now is, and of that which is to come. 1Tim. 4.Supreme felicity.To be spiritually minded is life and peace. Romans 8. Eternal happiness in heaven. Romans 5.Restoration to life. Romans The author and giver of supreme felicity.I am the way, the truth, and the life. John 14.A quickening, animating and strengthening principle, in a moral sense. John The state of being in force, or the term for which an instrument has legal operation; as the life of an execution.
asking for information specifying one or more people or things from a definite set."which are the best varieties of grapes for long keeping?"
God, The Supreme Being; Jehovah; the eternal and infinite spirit, the creator,and the sovereign of the universe.God is a spirit; and they that worship him, must worship him in spirit and in truth. John 4.A false god; a heathen deity; an idol.Fear not the gods of the Amorites. Judges 6.A prince; a ruler; a magistrate or judge; an angel. Thou shalt not revile the gods, nor curse the ruler of thy people.
who what or which person or people.who is that woman?"used to introduce a clause giving further information about a person or people previously mentioned.Joan Fontaine plays the mouse who married the playboy"
at no time in the past or future; on no occasion; not ever.they had never been camping in their lives"
LIE, water impregnated with alkaline salt, is written lye, to distinguish it from lie, a falsehood.
before during the period of time preceding (a particular event, date, or time).she had to rest before dinner"In front; on the side with the face, at any distance; used of persons.In presence of, with the idea of power, authority, respect.Abraham bowed before the people of the land. Gen.23.Wherewithal shall I come before the Lord. Micah 6.In sight of; as before the face. In the presence of, noting cognizance of jurisdiction.In the power of, noting the right or ability to choose or possess; free to the choice.The world was all before them.My land is before thee. Gen.20. In front of any object; as before the house; before the fire.Preceding in time.Before I was afflicted, I went astray. Ps.119.Before Abraham was, I am. John 8.Here the preposition has a sentence following for an object. In preference to.And he set Ephraim before Manasseh. Gen.48.Poverty is desirable before torments.Superior; preceding in dignity.He that cometh after me is preferred before me, for he was before me. John l.Prior to; having prior right; preceding in order; as, the eldest son is before the younger in succession.Previous to; in previous order; in order to.Before this treatise can become of use, two points are necessary. Before the wind, is to move in the direction of the wind by its impulse.BEFO'RE, adv. In time preceding.You tell me what I knew before.In time preceding, to the present, or to this time; hitherto; as, tumults then arose which before were unknown.Further onward in place, in progress, or in front.Reaching forth to those things which are before. Phil.3.In front; on the fore part.The battle was before and behind. 2 Chron.13.
ages the length of time that a person has lived or a thing has existed.he died from a heart attack at the age of 51.Definition of age. (Entry 1 of 3) 1a : the time of life at which some particular qualification, power, or capacity arises or rests the voting age is 18 specifically : majority one of the stages of life. qualification, power, or capacity arises or rests the voting is 18 one of the stages of life the length of an existence extending from the beginning to any given time a boy 10 years of an advanced stage of life a period of time dominated by a central figure or prominent feature the of Periclessuch a a period in history or human progress the of reptiles the of explorationa cultural period marked by the prominence of a particular item entering the atomic a division of geologic time that is usually shorter than an epoch the period contemporary with a person's lifetime or with his or her active life a long time haven't seen him in an individual's development measured in terms of the years requisite for like development of an average individual Definition of to become old show the effects or the characteristics of increasing age to acquire a desirable quality (such as mellowness or ripeness) by standing undisturbed for some time letting cheese because for the reason that; since. we did it because we felt it our duty"