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Definition of Allegorically

  • in an allegorical manner

How to use allegorically in a sentence. Allegorically pronunciation.

It is descriptive of the first manifestation of doubt and cynicism in his youthful mind, allegorically as the visits of a "demon.
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And hence, if, amid the intellectual darkness and debasement of the old polytheistic religions, we find interspersed here and there, in all ages, certain institutions or associations which taught these truths, and that, in a particular way, allegorically and symbolically, then we have a right to say that such institutions or associations were the incunabula-the predecessors-of the Masonic institution as it now exists.
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In the pagan Mysteries, I have already said that these lessons were allegorically taught by means of a legend.
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Now, it is evident that no symbol could so appropriately suit him in this character as the Stone of Foundation, upon which he is allegorically supposed to have erected his world.
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You expound this passage allegorically, and interpret it to theft and larceny.
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It was arranged to formally bury him, allegorically.
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The following passages will show how prophecy, already fulfilled, has been fulfilled literally and not allegorically.
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He might be taken simply or taken allegorically; but one way or the other he was the staple of education, and it might be assumed that every one would like the mere sound of him.
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Here the poet is led into a splendid temple, through a crowd of courtiers allegorically representing the various instruments, pleasures, emotions, and encouragements of Love; and in the temple Venus herself is found, sporting with her porter Richess.
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I am not writing a romance, and shall not permit the heart to beautify or transfigure the image memory retains, yet I can assert that Nenny lacked nothing which art and poesy attribute to the women who allegorically personate the magic of Nature or the fairest emotions and ideals of the human soul.
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If then a man can arrive, at that child's age, to know that the poet's persons and doings are but pictures what should be, and not stories what have been, they will never give the lie to things not affirmatively, but allegorically and figuratively, written.
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At any rate, religion is truth allegorically and mythically expressed, and so rendered attainable and digestible by mankind in general.
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We need not be surprised at this in the case of the multitude, when we see that even people of education pass now and then under the influence, not indeed of religious motives, which are founded on something which is at least allegorically true, but of the most absurd superstition, and allow themselves to be guided by it all their life long; as, for instance, undertaking nothing on a Friday, refusing to sit down thirteen at a table, obeying chance omens, and the like.
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Close as the men were, they seemed allegorically splendid: as if, under the arch of the sunset, we had been watching the whole French army ride straight into glory...
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He asserts that the expectation of a Messiah among(424) the Jews arose only a short time before Christ’s coming;(425) and that the apostles put a new interpretation on the Hebrew books, which was contrary to the sense accepted by the Jewish nation; that Christianity is not revealed in the Old Testament literally, but mystically and allegorically, and may therefore be considered as mystical Judaism.
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In Discourse I. Woolston aims at showing (α) that healing is not a proper miracle for a Messiah to perform, and that the fathers of the church understood the miracles allegorically: (β) that a literal interpretation of miracles involves incredibility, as shown in the miracle of the expulsion of the buyers and sellers from the temple, the casting out devils from the possessed man of the tombs, the transfiguration, the marriage of Cana, the feeding the multitudes: (γ) the meaning of Jesus when he appeals to miracles.
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Examples of Allegorically

Example #1
A more appropriate, or at any rate explanatory title, would have been the _Tempter_.
Example #2
The "Demon," a short poem by Pushkin which at its first appearance created some excitement in Russian society.
Example #3
With these preliminary remarks the reader will be enabled to enter upon the consideration of that theory of the origin of Freemasonry which I advance in the following propositions:- 1.
Example #4
When we wish to define it succinctly, we say that it is an ancient system of philosophy which teaches these two dogmas.
Example #5
Now, in the Mysteries of Dionysus, the legend was that of the death and subsequent resuscitation of the god Dionysus.
Example #6
But here there must have at once arisen an apparently insurmountable obstacle to the further continuation of the resemblance of Masonry to the Mysteries of Dionysus.