[ muh-lee-nohs; Spanish maw-lee-naws ]
/ məˈli noʊs; Spanish mɔˈli nɔs /
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Mi·guel de [mee-gelde], /miˈgɛl dɛ/, c1640–c95, Spanish priest and mystic: chief exponent of quietism.
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On the 8th, the two armies were engaged in a severe action at Molinos del Rey.Great Events in the History of North and South America|Charles A. Goodrich
This spiritualized hypnotism was in no way original with Molinos, but was the goal which all the mystic saints sought to attain.
This was agreed to; the sbirri were despatched and Molinos was lodged in the prison of the Inquisition.
This was posted in the usual places on September 3d, the day fixed for the atto di fede in which Molinos was to appear.
The effort of Molinos to propitiate his enemies had only encouraged them by its confession of weakness.