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Use "deigning" in a sentence
"God in deigning to own any earthly temple as His, as if He could be circumscribed by space (1Ki 8: 27) in inaugurating the temple of stone; next, as to the temple of the Holy Ghost (Ac 7: 48, 49); lastly here, as to "the tabernacle of God with men" (Isa 2: 2, 3; Eze 43: 4, 7; Re 21: 3). where -- rather, "what is this house that ye are building, &c. -- what place is this for My rest?""
"Normally, the airlines know so many people have so many superfluous miles they have instituted byzantine restrictions and odd blackout dates plus restricted number of seats coupled with mileage-sucking "perks" such as deigning to sit in an exit row until the miles can sometimes be well nigh useless."
"there are some shows that sure, i can't get into. but i bet now, i would at least give them a real chance instead of just "deigning" to watch."