|1. (v. t.) To break into small pieces; to cause to fall in pieces.|
2. (v. i.) To fall into small pieces; to break or part into small fragments; hence, to fall to decay or ruin; to become disintegrated; to perish.Crumble (1 Occurrence)
Ezekiel 38:20 so that the fish of the sea, and the birds of the sky, and the animals of the field, and all creeping things who creep on the earth, and all the men who are on the surface of the earth, shall shake at my presence, and the mountains shall be thrown down, and the steep places shall fall, and every wall shall fall to the ground. (See NIV)Crumble (1 Occurrence)
... or ruin; to become disintegrated; to perish. Multi-Version Concordance
Crumble (1 Occurrence). Ezekiel 38:20 so that the fish of ...
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Crumbled (5 Occurrences)
... Noah Webster's Dictionary (imp. & pp) of Crumble. Multi-Version Concordance
Crumbled (5 Occurrences). Joshua 9:5 and worn shoes and ...
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Shatter (26 Occurrences)
... shattered. 3. (vt) To scatter about. 4. (vi) To be broken into fragments;
to fall or crumble to pieces by any force applied. 5. (n ...
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... In view of truths like these, Colossian error and all other forms of Gnosticism
crumble into decay and vanish. SeeCOLOSSIANS, EPISTLE TO THE. ...
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Crumbling (1 Occurrence)
... Noah Webster's Dictionary (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Crumble. Multi-Version
Concordance Crumbling (1 Occurrence). Job 15:28 He has lived ...
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73. agon -- a gathering, contest, struggle
... In the ancient world, athletic contests could be they caused the toughest men
to crumble. Indeed, this was common (so Euripedes, Xenophon).]. ...
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4919. sunthrupto -- to break in pieces, crush 6626. pathath -- to break up, crumble
... break. From sun and thrupto (to crumble); to crush together, ie (figuratively) to
dispirit -- break. see GREEK sun. (sunthruptontes) -- 1 Occurrence. ...
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... << 6625, 6626. pathath. 6627 >>. to break up, crumble. Transliteration: pathath
Phonetic Spelling: (paw-thath') Short Definition: break. Word Origin a prim. ...
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7287. radah -- to have dominion, rule, dominate
... A primitive root; to tread down, ie Subjugate; specifically, to crumble off --
(come to, make to) have dominion, prevail against, reign, (bear, make to) rule ...
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1751. duq -- be broken to pieces
... Word Origin (Aramaic) the same as deqaq, qv. be broken to pieces (Aramaic)
corresponding to daqaq; to crumble -- be broken to pieces. see HEBREW daqaq. ...
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1854. daqaq -- to crush, pulverize, thresh
... A primitive root (compare hadak); to crush (or intransitively) crumble -- beat in
pieces (small), bruise, make dust, (into) X powder, (be, very) small, stamp ...
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1855. deqaq -- to be shattered, fall to pieces
... break to pieces. (Aramaic) corresponding to daqaq; to crumble or (trans.) Crush --
break to pieces. see HEBREW daqaq. << 1854, 1855. deqaq. 1856 >>. ...
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1792. daka -- to crush
... A primitive root (compare dakah); to crumble; transitively, to bruise (literally
or figuratively) -- beat to pieces, break (in pieces), bruise, contrite, crush ...
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The Idols Crumble
... CHAPTER XXVIII THE IDOLS CRUMBLE. Meanwhile Kenkenes seldom saw a human
face. Food and water in red clay vessels, bearing the seal ...
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The Passing and the Permanent
... The mountains shall depart, the emblems of eternity shall crumble and change and
pass, and the hills be removed; but this immortal, impalpable, and, in some ...
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... so curiously and so wondrously"why is all this skill and wisdom shown in the fashioning
of a man that is to endure for an hour, and then to crumble back to ...
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Questions which Ought to be Asked
... You are a mass of dust, and you would crumble back to dust at this moment if he
withdrew his preserving power: he but speaks, and you dissolve into the earth ...
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... This self-surrender is the true foundation of all giving to the Lord.
Any system of beneficence not built on this must crumble. ...
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The Gospel Refuge.
... Jesus ever lives! He never changes. Time and decay cannot crumble the walls of the
Gospel Refuge. He is "the same yesterday, and to-day, and for ever.". ...
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Miracles of Destruction.
... destruction is one of the phases of creation; for the inferior must ever be giving
way for the growth of the superior: the husk must crumble and decay, that ...
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Hebrew Captives; Or, Mordecai and Esther.
... of the city, from the walls where it entered, and get into the capital through the
dry channel, under the massive pile which no battering rams could crumble. ...
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Civilized Barbarism (Preached for the Bishop of London's Fund, at ...
... the society of London, and the industry of London, and the wealth of London, but
the very buildings of London, the brick and the mortar, would crumble to the ...
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... We should see the learned system of the Antonines crumble, the decadence of the
ancient civilization become irrevocable, Christianity profit from its ruin ...
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