mediately

All Adverb
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  • According to the second theory all higher, probably all present existing, species are only mediately the result of a creative act. Cited from The Whence and the Whither of Man, by John Mason Tyler
  • As it is by the Lord alone, it is done immediately and not mediately. Cited from Angelic Wisdom about Divine Providence, by Emanuel Swedenborg
  • Im-mediately after they were launched off, a most dreadful scene took place. Cited from Real Life In London, Volumes I and II, by Pierce Egan
  • But that they were used, mediately or immediately and to a greater or less degree, is, I believe, beyond question. Cited from The Gospels in the Second Century, by William Sanday
  • Therefore the violence of nature may, in destroying the body, mediately destroy the soul! Cited from Literary Remains, by Coleridge
  • As regards the common good it does so immediately, but as to the good of the individual, it does so mediately. Cited from Summa Theologica, Part II-II (Secunda Secundae), by Thomas Aquinas
  • Things in themselves may be known mediately, though not immediately, by following out the indications of being contained by the given appearance. Cited from History Of Modern Philosophy, by Richard Falckenberg
  • There are much wider things for which his school is only mediately or not at all to blame. Cited from Mankind in the Making, by H. G. Wells
  • That this is done mediately through preaching does not take away its immediacy. Cited from Angelic Wisdom about Divine Providence, by Emanuel Swedenborg
  • Either you perceive the being of Matter immediately or mediately. Cited from Against Sceptics and Atheists, George Berkeley
  • If mediately, let me know by what reasoning it is inferred from those things which you perceive immediately. Cited from Against Sceptics and Atheists, George Berkeley
  • They differ from those, however, in operating mediately, through a change upon external things, and not at once on their human objects. Cited from Miracles of Our Lord, by George MacDonald
  • In this section of Tabari's great work mediately or immediately a large amount of diverse information has been brought together. Cited from Iranian Influence on Moslem Literature, Part I, by M. Inostranzev
  • Does He in the present dispensation work mediately or immediately? Cited from The Way of Salvation in the Lutheran Church, by G. H. Gerberding
  • Hence he has grown to seem even more "natural" than he did in his own day, his judges being mediately or immediately educated by him. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 3, No. 20, June, 1859, by Various
  • The first suggestion of it never came from me, mediately or immediately, to his Majesty or any of his ministers. Cited from Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886, by Ministry of Education
  • In this period the lawyers have arrived at the doctrine that all lands is held from the King either mediately or directly. Cited from Medieval Europe, by H. W. C. Davis
  • This section goes back partly to good Arabic records and mostly, at least mediately, to very important ancient Persian sources. Cited from Iranian Influence on Moslem Literature, Part I, by M. Inostranzev
  • In the last of these, passion is represented, not immediately, but mediately, or, to speak exactly, it is no longer represented, but thought. Cited from Aesthetic as Science of Expression,Benedetto Croce
  • I confine myself to the connection of ministers, mediately or immediately, with only two persons concerned in this debt. Cited from Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. III. (of 12), by Burke
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