Stranger still, it had now a significancy not then observed; and as he listened, he interpreted, and the fever of spirit left him.
Not the prevalence, then, but the significancy of the nickname is to be noted here.
Last, declare what may be the significancy of the Master-Card, as such and alone.
A few sentences will point to the significancy of the Lobby.
You are a very young man,” he repeated, “or you would have understood the significancy of the step.
The devices of our early English printers are often void of significancy early, or else mere quibbles.
A second reason for its frequent use in the New Testament is its appropriateness and significancy.
But to say the truth, I had either forgot them, or never discovered their significancy.
The significancy of the figure employed in the text will further appear when we consider the use to which a temple is devoted.
It is an inexpressible pleasure to know a little of the world, and to be of no character or significancy in it.