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Origin of meliorism
OTHER WORDS FROM meliorismmel·io·rist, noun, adjectivemel·io·ris·tic, adjective
Words nearby meliorism
Example sentences from the Web for meliorism
So he becomes the eloquent apostle of meliorism, proclaiming his gospel without abatement.
Meliorism treats salvation as neither inevitable nor impossible.
Meliorism, the theory that there is in nature a tendency to better and better development.The Nuttall Encyclopaedia|Edited by Rev. James Wood
As an inevitable result of all the influences that constitute his world he finds himself yearning for meliorism as the crownpiece.
Be they false or be they true, the meaning of them is this meliorism.