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1828 edition of Webster's American Dictionary of the English Language

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unbelieving

UNBELIE'VING, a.

1. Not believing; incredulous.

2. Infidel; discrediting divine revelation, or the mission, character and doctrines of Christ; as the unbelieving Jews. Acts 14. Rev. 21.

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CATALEPSY, . A sudden suppression of motion and sensation, a kind of apoplexy, in which the patient is speechless, senseless, and fixed in one posture, with his eyes open, without seeing or understanding. The word is applied also to a retention of the breath or of the humors, and to the interception of the blood by bandages.

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