Definition of "circumcising" [circumcising]

  • Present participle of circumcise. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "circumcising" in a sentence
  • "Christians, as necessary to salvation, he only vindicated "the truth of the Gospel" (Ga 2: 5); in circumcising Timothy, "to the Jews he became as a Jew that he might gain the Jews.""
  • "Violence in humans does seem to be most prevelant amongst those that are sexually supressed, you could conclude that roughly they are the 'circumcising' nations (USA, Israel, the ruling classes of the British Empire [not the common people], Muslim countries) and in this it is not just war but domestic violence."
  • "McVary added: I wouldn't overreact and start circumcising all the boys."
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