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coessential
[.] COESSENTIAL, a. Partaking of the same essence. [.] [.] We bless and magnify that coessential spirit, eternally proceeding from the father and son.

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coessentiality
[.] COESSENTIALITY, n. Participation of the same essence.

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coessentially
[.] COESSENTIALLY, adv. In a coessential manner.

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essential
[.] ESSEN'TIAL, a. [L. essentialis.] Necessary to the constitution or existence of a thing. Piety and good works are essential to the christian character. Figure and extension are essential properties of bodies. [.] [.] And if each system in gradation roll, [.] [.] Alike ...

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essentiality
[.] ESSENTIAL'ITY, n. The quality of being essential; first or constituent principles.

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essentially
[.] ESSEN'TIALLY, adv. By the constitution of nature; in essence; as, minerals and plants are essentially different. [.] 1. In an important degree; in effect. The two statements differ, but not essentially.

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non-essential
[.] NON-ESSENTIAL, n. Non-essentials are things not essential to a particular purpose.

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quintessential
[.] QUINTESSEN'TIAL, a. Consisting of quintessence.

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superessential
[.] SUPERESSEN'TIAL, a. [super and essential.] Essential above others, or above the constitution of a thing.

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unessential
[.] UNESSEN'TIAL, a. [.] 1. Not essential; not absolutely necessary; not of prime importance. [.] 2. Not constituting the essence. [.] 3. Void of real being; as unessential night. [.] UNESSEN'TIAL, n. Something not constituting essence, or not of absolute ...

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importance

IMPORT'ANCE, n.

1. Weight; consequence; a bearing on some interest; that quality of any thing by which it may affect a measure, interest or result. The education of youth is of great importance to a free government. A religious education is of infinite importance to every human being.

2. Weight or consequence in the scale of being.

Thy own importance know.

Nor bound thy narrow views to things below.

3. Weight or consequence in self-estimation.

He believes himself a man of importance.

4. Thing implied; matter; subject; importunity. [In these senses, obsolete.]

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ordeal

OR'DEAL, n. [The last syllable is deal, to divide or distribute. The sense of the prefix is less obvious. But the real sense is not obvious. The practice of ordeal however seems to have had its origin in the belief that the substances used had each its particular presiding deity that had perfect control over it.]

1. An ancient form of trial to determine guilt or innocence, practiced by the rude nations of Europe, and still practiced in the East Indies. In England, the ordeal was of two sorts, fire-ordeal and water-ordeal; the former being confined to persons of higher rank, the latter to the common people. Both might be performed by deputy, but the principal was to answer for the success of the trial.

Fire-ordeal was performed either by taking in the hand a piece of red hot iron, or by walking barefoot and blindfold over nine red hot plowshares laid lengthwise at unequal distances; and if the person escapes unhurt, he was adjudged innocent, otherwise he was condemned as guilty.

Water-ordeal was performed, either by plunging the bare arm to the elbow in boiling water, or by casting the person suspected into a river or pond of cold water and if he floated without an effort to swim, it was an evidence of guilt, but if he sunk he was acquitted.

Both in England and Sweden, the clergy presided at this trial. It was at last condemned as unlawful by the canon law, and in England it was abolished by an order in council of Henry III.

It is probably our proverbial phrase, to go through fire and water, denoting severe trial or danger, is derived from the ordeal; as also the trial of witches by water.

2. Severe trial; accurate scrutiny.

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