Noun(1) a specially long, formal letter(2) a book of the New Testament written in the form of a letter from an Apostle
(1) His verse is both metrically and formally experimental, ranging from satire to love lyric, from sonnet to verse epistle , from elegy to hymn.(2) Both the epistle and gospel readings for this Sunday describe sending out those who will gather others together.(3) The epistle and gospel were read in both Latin and English.(4) I could almost hear her merry laugh ringing across the harbor as I slowly walked along the pier, reading her return epistle .(5) In the epistle of St Paul to the Hebrews, St Paul speaks of the sanctuary, its rituals, its contents and the Holy of Holies.(6) St. Paul's epistle to the Romans(7) In the letter that directly precedes the epistle containing his translation, Petrarch presents a series of arguments contradicting Boccaccio's request that he take literary retirement on account of his old age.(8) The risen Lord's message to his disciples speaks of forgiveness and sin, and our epistle reading reminds us of our own sinful state.(9) I have read your epistle at least once a day since I received it with the exception of Sunday and then I perused it twice.(10) The collection begins with an epistle describing the courage and tension of a soldier waiting in the snow.(11) Regardless of the content of the epistle , there is still something exciting about receiving an email or a letter from someone close.(12) When he failed to receive payment, he followed up with letters, and these hilarious epistles are what he shared with us.(13) St. Paul begins his epistles with a prayer of gratitude and ends with prayer.(14) Ovid's Heroides, verse epistles from women abandoned by their famous lovers, was tremendously popular in the first decades of print.(15) But that's the first time I've ever heard anyone refer to the epistles of Paul as ├ö├ç├┐simple and unambiguous.├ö├ç├û(16) And while we have become accustomed to the epistolary poem as a quasi-public mode in the seventeenth century, many of Fane's epistles are no more than personal notes.
(1) epistle :: epistel
1. letter ::
2. missive ::
3. communication ::
4. dispatch ::
5. note ::
6. line ::
7. news ::
8. correspondence ::
Different Formsepistle, epistles
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