condignity definition

  • noun:
    • the health of becoming condign; merit or worthiness
    • Merit, obtained by works, which can claim incentive in the rating of general benevolence.
    • Merit; wilderness.
    • In scholastic theology, especially, the merit of human activities thought to be constituting a ground for a claim of incentive.

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  • Sentence for "condignity"
    • They ascribe unto them a condignity
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