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Definition of "sinned" [sinned]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of sin. (verb)

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Use "sinned" in a sentence
  • "Since the fall of man [at the beginning of our world] the devil is (ever) sinning (this is the force of "sinneth"; he has sinned from the beginning, is the cause of all sins, and still goes on sinning; present)."
  • ""Woe unto us, that we have sinned", is the inspired rule which connects cause and effect, and binds them together with the chains of God's omnipotence."
  • "Gibeah, and here (v. 9), O Israel! thou hast sinned from the days of"