Verb(1) inflict a heavy blow on, with the hand, a tool, or a weapon(2) affect suddenly with deep feeling(3) cause physical pain or suffering in
(1) he may smite our enemies(2) Jordan prepared a smite from his Longsword, and then stabbed straight into the King's heart.(3) She will smite the empires with her wrath, and in her sorrow wash them away!(4) He was planning to smite his enemies and didn't want to do it on the Sabbath.(5) Love looks like weakness, and fundamentalists, he says, want a strong God who can smite their enemies.(6) With the three as one, the weapon will bring order to the land and its warring Duah, a firm hand to smite the darkness and usher in peace.(7) Giles, aware that Warne was more musketeer in approach than monk, cleverly tossed one higher and shorter as Warne advanced to smite another blow.(8) Jesus used his powers to smite Egyptians and to torment people who believed in Him and God.(9) Leprosy is used in the Scriptures to symbolize sin, and was sometimes inflicted by the Lord as a punishment for sin, as, for instance, in the case of Miriam, Moses' sister, who was smitten with leprosy because of her improper attitude and disrespectful language to and about her brother Moses.(10) And they were gripped by fear, for he was a centurion and a trained smiter of men.(11) When subsequently inoculated with virus-containing matter, they became smitten with the disease.(12) There she was attacked by the plague demon, Namtar, smitten with disease from head to foot and kept prisoner by the Queen.(13) A Chorley teacher is quitting his life in Lancashire to work in Romania after becoming smitten with the country.(14) A source told America's New York Post newspaper: ├ö├ç├┐They've been dating for about two weeks and they seem smitten with each other.├ö├ç├û(15) He claims to be smitten with Vera and strikes a deal with Ford to have a private, paid meeting with the young femme fatale.(16) The entire cafÔö£┬« would also feel better if the skies parted, an angel descended, and smote him with a terrible flaming sword.
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