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How To Use circumstantiate In A Sentence

  • We would have our eyes upon that too, so to circumstantiate all our duties, as they may have least offence in them, and be exposed to least obloquy of men, 1 Pet. ii. The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning
  • Further studies are needed to better circumstantiate these conditions.
  • In many cases, to which, from their circumstantiate nature, neither the written nor the consuetudinary law is directly appli - cable, these are the Responsa Prudentum which supply that un - avoidable deficiency. Peerage of England, genealogical, biographical, and historical
  • It must have been an entrance into an important place but we have to find something in ancient sources if we are to make any circumstantiated hypothesis," he said. Discoveries from Ancient Rome
  • Offenses against the sixth commandment were the exclusive domain of his congregation, but in a number of cases, even very circumstantiated denunciations were never pursued. Sandro Magister: Assessment of the “Purification” Underway
  • For this case, thus circumstantiated, as before declared, is no act of any private person, of his own head, as that statute intends; nor in relation to the king there meant, that is presumed to be in the exercise of his royal authority, in conjunction with the law and the two houses of Parliament, if they be sitting, as the fundamental constitutions of the government do require. II. At His Trial for High Treason
  • Some one may have asked what I had seen; at all events I was full of the idea, and, indicating the open door, I began to tell what I had seen, when -- exactly as though the thing were done deliberately to circumstantiate my story -- with the slow, steady movement of a heavy door pushed by a feeble hand, the other portal of the huge cabinet swung open. American Adventures A Second Trip 'Abroad at home'
  • It may easily be imagined how the poor woman felt at this unexpected summons, and at the announcement, necessarily defective and confused, of an escaped but fearful danger, —an obscure event, which the messenger could neither circumstantiate nor explain, and of which she had not the slightest ground of explanation in her own previous thoughts. Chapter XXIV
  • The traffic offence can be circumstantiated by a photocamera with high resolution.
  • In step four indicators are going to be determined in order to support and circumstantiate the evaluation.
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