Definition of "macule" [mac•ule]

  • Variant of mackle. (noun)
  • Variant of macula. (noun)

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Use "macule" in a sentence
  • "We believe that Jesus Christ, being the wisdom of God and his eternal Son, has put on our flesh, so as to be God and man in one person; man, like unto us, capable of suffering in body and sinon en tant qu'il a ete pur de toute macule."
  • "I can't imagine that "murenger" and "macule" leapt unbidden from his wordhoard."
  • "It. He hoped, therefore, dietr Lordfliips would give the fub« je& every poflible degree of macule and deliberate confidera - tion againft Thurfday next."