Words nearby tithing
How to use tithing in a sentence
Stories abound about his private charity—not just tithing, but personal outreach to neighbors in need.Mitt Romney’s Missing Character Narrative Must Be Part of GOP Convention Speech|John Avlon|August 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
As ten families of freeholders made up a tithing, so ten tithings composed a superior division, called a hundred.
The watchful tithing-man, as he was called, was always on the lookout for drowsy people.The Story of American History|Albert F. Blaisdell
Tithing is the rental we are asked to pay on the property committed to our keeping and use.
The tithing system has failed whenever meddled with by the secular power.
But it is unseemly to bounce in the meeting-house, and besides, is he not the tithing-man? 'The Puritan Twins|Lucy Fitch Perkins
British Dictionary definitions for tithing
- a tithe; tenth
- the exacting or paying of tithes