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Example sentences for "adulterers"

Lexicographically close words:
adulterated; adulterating; adulteration; adulterations; adulterer; adulteress; adulteries; adulterine; adulterous; adultery
  1. Ye adulterers and adulteresses," for so the covetous are called, "know ye not that the friendship of the world is enmity with God?

  2. But sometimes God brings even these adulterers and adulteresses to shameful ends.

  3. If all the fornicators and adulterers in England were hanged by the neck till they be dead, John Bunyan, the object of their envy, would be still alive and well.

  4. While with my grace and statutes on thy tongue, Thou lov'st deceit, and dost thy brother wrong; In vain to pious forms thy zeal pretends, Thieves and adulterers are thy chosen friends.

  5. Yes, thousands of brave fellows slaves to their vices; The Usurer to his gold, drunkards to Wine, Adulterers to their lust.

  6. Poet Has fill'd me with a fury: I could write Strange Satyrs now against Adulterers And Marriage-breakers.

  7. For adulterers are as violent in their lusts as the unmarried, and ofttimes find it as hard to restrain them.

  8. Then would I leave my people, And get away from them; For adulterers all of them be, A bundle of traitors.

  9. Then would I leave my people, And get away from them, For adulterers all they be, A bundle(392) of traitors!

  10. For neither do they begin to be liars only when they are betrayed and convicted, and so forced to acknowledge their misdeeds; but rather they were already liars, when, being adulterers and accursed, they pretended to be chaste and innocent.

  11. Christ our Lord and God, when going to the Father, committed His bride to our care: do we keep her uncorrupt and undefiled, or do we betray her purity and chastity to adulterers and corrupters?

  12. Well also was it in Charondas, the legislator of the people of Thurii,[619] to forbid any of the citizens but adulterers and curious persons to be ridiculed on the stage.

  13. A good remark to adulterers and debauchees.

  14. The Mayas seem to have dealt more leniently with adulterers than the Nahuas.

  15. According to what can be gathered on this point, it appears that adulterers taken in flagrante delicto, or under circumstances which made their guilt a moral certainty, were stoned to death.

  16. Adulterers who were found guilty merely upon circumstantial evidence also suffered death by strangulation.

  17. It is said that in more ancient times adulterers were impaled or disemboweled.

  18. And because the privy council suspended the magistrates for their insolence, the passionate historians[v] of that age have inferred that the queen was engaged, by a sympathy of manners, to take adulterers and fornicators under her protection.

  19. They required, that severe punishment should be inflicted on adulterers and fornicators.

  20. Marriage is honourable in all, and the bed undefiled: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge.

  21. Ye adulterers and adulteresses, know ye not that the friendship of the world is enmity with God?

  22. This mode of punishing adulterers was first instituted amongst the Athenians.

  23. Alluding to the custom of punishing adulterers by transfixing them with darts.

  24. Wherefore, to the great confusion of all them that thus do, Christ saith, The generation of adulterers requireth tokens, miracles, and wonders.

  25. The apostle James, while reproving the twelve tribes, which were scattered abroad, for their wars and fightings and friendship to the world, styles them adulterers and adulteresses.

  26. It is also observable that there was a verse once extant in the Korân, commanding adulterers to be stoned; and the commentators say the words only are abrogated, the sense or law still remaining in force.

  27. The two former kinds of adulterers are those who become more and more not men; whereas the two latter kinds become men as they recede from those errors, and afterwards become wise.

  28. But the contrary befalls determined and confirmed adulterers who are treated of above, n.

  29. That this is the case with such adulterers in hell, I have heard at a distance, from the sirens, who are obsolete venereal lusts, and also from the harlots there.

  30. Were all adulterers to wear grey coats, the cloth would be dear.

  31. The punishment of adulterers seems to have been left to the discretion of the injured husband rather than to have been defined by law.

  32. It is for the adulterers her perfumes are prepared.

  33. Marriage is honourable, and the bed undefiled: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge.

  34. Suppose thou sawest written upon the door of the house or chamber where thou enterest to sin, "Whoremongers and adulterers God will judge," Heb.

  35. Plutarch speaks of a Spartan that being asked why Lycurgus made no law against adultery, answered, There are no adulterers with us: but saith the other, What if there should be any?

  36. But adulterers that love not their wives, and unnatural parents and children that love not one another, and ungodly masters of families that love not their duty, are put to seek their sport abroad.

  37. And how many adulterers and fornicators have we known that have lived and died in despair, and some of them hanged themselves!

  38. On the other hand, this same Apostle declares that adulterers and fornicators shall not inherit the kingdom of God.

  39. Ye adulterers and adulteresses, know ye not that the friendship of the world (Satanic system) is enmity with God?

  40. Christians who are not yet sufficiently trained--at any rate he does not refer to the whoremongers and adulterers who must be tolerated in the Church.

  41. How awful are the words of St. James: "Ye adulterers and adulteresses, know ye not that the friendship of the world is enmity with God?

  42. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "adulterers" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.