Con*dig"ni*ty (?), n. [Cf. F. condignit'e.] Scholastic Theol.

Merit, acguired by works, which can claim reward on the score of general benevolence.

Such a worthiness of condignity, and proper merit of the heavenly glory, cannot be found in any the best, most perfect, and excellent of created beings. Bp. Bull.

 

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