[muh-lee-nohs; Spanish maw-lee-naws]
- Mi·guel de [mee-gel de] /miˈgɛl dɛ/, c1640–c95, Spanish priest and mystic: chief exponent of quietism.
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Examples from the Web for molinos
The Jesuits, however, were not the only body interested in the downfall of Molinos.
Petrucci responded vigorously, while Molinos remained silent.
Books were also written by some of the Jesuits against Molinos and his method; but they were all answered with spirit by Molinos.
One of the society had, indeed, approved of Molinos' book but the rest took care he should not be again seen at Rome.
The great reputation acquired by Molinos and Petrucci, occasioned a daily increase of the Quietists.