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Usage examples for Ezekiel

  1. Ezekiel Boncassen was the very man,- from his appearance,- for a President of the United States; and there were men who talked of him for that high office. – The Duke's Children by Anthony Trollope
  2. " Wa'al, I reckon I will," said Ezekiel – The Argonauts of North Liberty by Bret Harte
  3. " You mustn't mistake me for the prophet Ezekiel he answered, grinning. – Jimgrim and Allah's Peace by Talbot Mundy
  4. Any account of this vision that I can give is, however, pitiable beside the inexpressibly sublime picture drawn in Ezekiel to which I must refer the reader for his own study. – Creation and Its Records by B.H. Baden-Powell
  5. And because the whole world consisteth of these two people, therefore Ezekiel in his vision puts them both together, calling them the fish of one great sea, to which this water of life shall run, and upon whose fish it shall have a like operation, even to heal them, and make them live, without respect either to this or that party. – The Works of John Bunyan Volume 3 by John Bunyan
  6. Ezekiel too, in chap. – Christology of the Old Testament: And a Commentary on the Messianic Predictions, v. 1 by Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg
  7. The prophet Ezekiel calls them the princes of the sea. – A New System; or, an Analysis of Antient Mythology. Volume II. (of VI.) by Jacob Bryant
  8. The affection existing between Daniel and his elder brother Ezekiel was peculiarly strong and deep. – Daniel Webster by Henry Cabot Lodge
  9. My mother told me she knew of more than thirty proposals she had received after grandfather's death, but she said " she would rather be the widow of Ezekiel Webster, than the wife of any other man." – Memories and Anecdotes by Kate Sanborn
  10. He did not care just now for the honour of eating his lunch in the presence of Mr. Gotobed, the American minister, whom he found there already in the drawing- room with Mrs. Gotobed, nor with Ezekiel Sevenkings, the great American poet from the far West, who sat silent and stared at him in an unpleasant way. – The Duke's Children by Anthony Trollope
  11. The prophet Ezekiel represents the ships of Tarshish as bringing silver, iron, tin and lead to Tyre. – The History of Antiquity, Vol. II (of VI) by Max Duncker
  12. Hardly had the rector announced, " Here beginneth the forty- fourth verse of the sixteenth chapter of the book of the prophet Ezekiel than a sort of relaxation took place in the mind I was attacking. – The Autobiography of a Slander by Edna Lyall
  13. In those early days he was anxious to pay his debts; but they did not lie heavy upon him or carry a proper sense of responsibility, as they did to Ezekiel and to his father. – Daniel Webster by Henry Cabot Lodge
  14. 2. Now Ezekiel lived almost six hundred years before Jesus, and Daniel was contemporary with the former; and is it not a little surprising, that the Jews should learn, for the first time, the doctrine of a resurrection of the followers of Jesus Christ, when they knew of the resurrection almost six hundred years before he was born? – The Grounds of Christianity Examined by Comparing The New Testament with the Old by George Bethune English
  15. Yea, the city in the type, in the vision of Ezekiel was seen to be of the same frame and fashion every way, having just twelve gates, and on each of the four sides three gates. – The Works of John Bunyan Volume 3 by John Bunyan
  16. When Ezekiel ascribes an Amorite parentage to Jerusalem, he ascribes to it at the same time a Hittite parentage as well. – Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations by Archibald Sayce
  17. The people gathered and chattered around his cheery fire of the damage that the storm had done, when Ezekiel stumbled in, his brown face haggard, his lips working, and a tremor in his hands. – Tales Of Puritan Land Myths And Legends Of Our Own Land, Volume 4. by Charles M. Skinner
  18. Ezekiel obediently struggled into the coat hanging conveniently near. – Jewel A Chapter In Her Life by Clara Louise Burnham
  19. He is a very Ezekiel or Daniel for visions. – Shirley by Charlotte Brontë