[ US /ˈtaɪð/ ]
[ UK /tˈaɪð/ ]
[ UK /tˈaɪð/ ]
exact a tithe from
The church was tithed
pay a tenth of one's income, especially to the church
Although she left the church officially, she still tithes
pay one tenth of; pay tithes on, especially to the church
He tithed his income to the Church
levy a tithe on (produce or a crop)
The wool was tithed
- an offering of a tenth part of some personal income
- a levy of one tenth of something
How To Use tithe In A Sentence
- It is written in Attic Greek, with much studiedly antithetical rhetoric and frequent verbal borrowings from the classical authors.
- Or, conversely, isn't the character of modern American life strangely illuminated by -- and compatible with -- that entity that is so often described as antithetical to it, the mafia? Critical Mass
- The WSJ recently had an article about an antitheist ‘preacher’ as it were, who was giving anti-religious sermons to large crowds in France. Matthew Yglesias » The New Atheism
- He's going to tithe 10 percent of his winnings to the church.
- Is not this concentrated respect for the object as a specimen the very antithesis of the arts in education?
- Does your masonry promote multitheism or does it promote monotheism?
- Ishmael, consequently, also investigates the antithetical approach, the method of pure subjective perception.
- his theory is the antithesis of mine
- Thus far, the data show a recurring rhetorical pattern in which vulnerable groups were identified as antithetical to the core values attributed by the host to himself, his audience, and the nation. Kety Esquivel: UCLA Study, Hate Speech on Commercial Talk Radio, Affirms NCLR's We Can Stop the Hate Campaign
- All we ask is that you will hold back a tithe of the dues you pay to the abbey, and pay them instead to the town for murage and pavage. St. Peter's Fair