Sorbonist in a sentence

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Definition of Sorbonist

  • A doctor of the Sorbonne, or theological college, in the University of Paris, founded by Robert de Sorbona. d. 1252. It was suppressed in the Revolution of 1789.

How to use sorbonist in a sentence. Sorbonist pronunciation.

At its frequent rise and fall you would say that they swinge and belabour me after the manner of a probationer, posed and put to a peremptory trial in the examination of his sufficiency for the discharge of the learned duty of a graduate in some eminent degree in the college of the Sorbonists.
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But of our priests and doctors how many have been corrupted by studying the comments of Jesuits and Sorbonists, and how fast they could transfuse that corruption into the people, our experience is both late and sad.
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Examples of Sorbonist

Example #1
Now, thought I to myself, we shall never come off scot-free.
Example #2
Did you not see how Gripe-men-all held his gaping velvet pouch, and every moment roared and bellowed, By gold, give me out of hand; by gold, give, give, give me presently?
Example #3
It is not forgot, since the acute and distinct Arminius was perverted merely by the perusing of a nameless discourse written at Delft, which at first he took in hand to confute.
Example #4
It will be hard to instance where any ignorant man hath been ever seduced by papistical book in English, unless it were commended and expounded to him by some of that clergy: and indeed all such tractates, whether false or true, are as the prophecy of Isaiah was to the eunuch, not to be UNDERSTOOD WITHOUT A GUIDE.