Definition for wickliffe (2 of 2)
or Wyc·lif, Wick·liffe, Wic·lif
Related formsWyc·liff·ism, Wyc·lif·ism, noun
Examples from the Web for wickliffe
Attacked on every side, Wickliffe for a time remained silent.
Wickliffe denied having written or spoken the sentiment here ascribed to him.
Wickliffe undertook to overthrow the pedestal on which the pride of the priesthood was founded.
Sir John had understood Wickliffe's doctrine, and experienced in his own person the might of the divine Word.
As was said by Governor Wickliffe, the other day, there were two questions in that case.A Report of the Debates and Proceedings in the Secret Sessions of the Conference Convention|Lucius Eugene Chittenden