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Definition of "sins" []

  • Transgression of God's known will or any principle or law regarded as embodying this (noun)
  • The condition of estrangement from God arising from such transgression (noun)
  • Any serious offence, as against a religious or moral principle (noun)
  • Any offence against a principle or standard (noun)
  • To commit a sin (verb)
  • To commit an offence (against a person, principle, etc) (verb)
  • Plural form of sin. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sin. (verb)

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Use "sins" in a sentence
  • "He tells us how, when he was distressed because of his sins, a friend pointed out to him that he would not have real peace unless he claimed God's forgiveness for his _own _sins."
  • "Both Roman Catholics and Protestants have fallen into very strange errors in reference to the words of Christ: "Whose soever sins ye remit, they are remitted unto them; _and_ whose soever _sins_ ye retain, they are retained.""
  • "_ [Greek: aphesis amartiôn] _ never means _forgiveness, _ one form at least of _God's_ sending away of sins; neither do I say that the taking of the phrase to mean _repentance for the remission of sins_, namely, repentance in order to obtain the pardon of God, involves any inconsistency; but I say that the word _ [Greek: eis] _ rather _unto_ than"