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Definition of "principling" [principling]

  • Present participle of principle. (verb)

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Use "principling" in a sentence
  • "Christ, in our gracious acceptation, notwithstanding all that was against us, and also, by principling us with grace for obedience, sanctify us throughout."
  • "His internal principling against sin he hath from being “born of God” and the"
  • "As for the Bible, which children are usually employ’d in to exercise and improve their talent in reading, I think the promiscuous reading of it through by chapters as they lie in order, is so far from being of any advantage to children, either for the perfecting their reading, or principling their religion, that perhaps a worse could not be found."
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