Wycliffe

NOUN
  1. English theologian whose objections to Roman Catholic doctrine anticipated the Protestant Reformation (1328-1384)
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How To Use Wycliffe In A Sentence

  • USELESS drivel from a tired, bitter and disconnected old man. wycliffe McCain: Obama was wrong on stimulus either then or now
  • Wycliffe had no idea but surely not enough to provide a motive for murder.
  • He said: Mary worked with Wycliffe in Togo since 1989 where she was part of a team translating the New Testament into a language called Ife. BBC News - Home
  • The translation of the whole Bible into English for the common people began only with John Wycliffe.
  • Wycliffe tried to concentrate on the Wheel and to ignore the veritable forest of giant rock pinnacles with which they were surrounded.
  • She looked from Wycliffe to Lucy Lane and back again with apprehension that was close to panic.
  • The fact that Wycliffe often deferred to her judgement made Kersey suspicious of her intrusion into their cosy male councils.
  • Wycliffe tried to concentrate on the Wheel and to ignore the veritable forest of giant rock pinnacles with which they were surrounded.
  • Wycliffe lifted out a man's wrist watch and a little wad of letters still in their envelopes and bearing foreign stamps.
  • She looked from Wycliffe to Lucy Lane and back again with apprehension that was close to panic.
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