This it is which makes him scornful even when he thinks of the men whom the Corinthians are preferring to himself.
This doctrine is founded on an interpretation of Corinthians xv.
First Epistle to the Corinthians of Clement (possibly partly authentic).
The first three names in the list are the Lacedæmonians, Athenians, Corinthians.
To this friend he left in charge his wife, whom later of the day he asked to read him the fifteenth chapter to the Corinthians.
There were besides three thousand Corinthians, and again from the whole of Euboea at least three thousand.
He writes to the Corinthians in the year 57, to remind them of the gospel he had preached unto them.
If it wer not so / whi did paule thus rebuke the Corinthians?
It has appended at the end the genuine letter of Clement of Rome to the Corinthians, and a fragment of a second spurious letter.
I addressed them on the words of the Holy Institution—1 Corinthians xi.
1650s as an architectural order, from Corinth, the ancient Greek city-state. In classical times Corinth was notorious for its luxury and licentiousness among the Greek states (and for not scorning trade and profit); hence Corinthian, noun and adjective, in various slang or colloquial sense in English, especially "a swell, a man about town" (early to mid-19c. but especially in the 1820s).