Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: relics
IPA transcription: [ɹ'ɛlɪks]
Pronunciations of relics
Usage examples
  • Of one who was lately cured of a disease in his eye at the relics of St. Cuthbert.
  • I kept that card among my other relics, and hoped to meet Joe again somewhere in the world.
  • The first introduction of a symbolic worship was in the veneration of the cross, and of relics.
  • "And have those relics never been examined since my ancestor Hugh abandoned the quest as hopeless?" I inquired.
  • One of the priests of the monastery, named Thruidred, who is now abbot there, had a small part of these relics by him at that time.
  • The current in the Bosporus is pretty strong, and these sad relics of two misguided Dutchmen will be washed up tomorrow about Seraglio Point.
  • He had been kind and considerate; he had listened to her little story of the relics of her father, found in the garret, as if her interests were his interests.
  • Nor is that cure to be passed over in silence, which was performed by his relics three years ago, and was told me lately by the brother himself, on whom it was wrought.
  • Each had a long stout walking-stick: and slung from the shoulder a leathern bottle for water, and a wallet containing his greatest treasure--a book or two and some relics.
  • Many other quaint relics are to be seen in and around the city of elms, mementos of the past which bring to the younger generation a knowledge and respect for things gone.
0. Word pronunciation is derived from article recording Jesus, License CC BY-SA 4.0
1. Word pronunciation is derived from article recording Pope Clement I, License CC BY-SA 4.0