Sentence example with the word 'canon'

canon

a belief, bill, collectanea, dictum, formulary, law, moral, pope, regulation, service book, universal law

Definition n. a rule or especially body of rules or principles generally established as valid and fundamental in a field or art or philosophy

Last update: December 2, 2016


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Every canon of public morality has been broken by the victors in the name of virtue.   [Please select]

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Christians accepted the same Old Testa¬≠ment canon from them.   [noun]

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In English - applying a canon of literature from a variety of cultures.   [noun]

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The sound of Marzio's voice, mocking at all the priest held holy, would be in his ears and would mingle with the very words of the canon.   [noun]

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Canon Scott Holland, Rev.   [noun]

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"That is not according to the canon, Lord Marquis," said the Templar; "thou art more scrupulous than orthodox."   [noun]

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They are going to make him a canon of Santa Maria Maggiore.   [noun]

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"Well, most reverend canon," he began, addressing Don Paolo, "I am in time to congratulate you, it seems."   [noun]

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Timothy canon Gorman, P.   [noun]

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The clock on the mantelpiece in the priest's house cooed where Canon O'Hanlon and Father Conroy and the reverend John Hughes S.'   [noun]

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(The very reverend Canon O'Hanlon in cloth of gold cope elevates and exposes a marble timepiece.')   [noun]

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