not created; uncreated.
existing without having been created.
- in·cre·ate·ly, adverb
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How to use increate in a sentence
The increate perpetual thirst, that draws Toward the realm of God's own form, bore us Swift almost as the heaven ye behold.The Vision of Paradise, Complete | Dante Alighieri
Thomas first shows in what sense beatitude is something increate (increatum).The Mediaeval Mind (Volume II of II) | Henry Osborn Taylor
He is the increate and supernatural light, the source of all sources of light and the great mass of the light of Intellect.
Then they came and sat beside us on the sand, and sang, while we dreamed of nature increate.A Night in the Luxembourg | Remy De Gourmont
British Dictionary definitions for increate
archaic, poetic (esp of gods) never having been created
- increately, adverb
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