Im"ma*nence (?), Im"ma*nen*cy (?), n.

The condition or quality of being immanent; inherence; an indwelling.

[Clement] is mainly concerned in enforcing the immanence of God. Christ is everywhere presented by him as Deity indwelling in the world. A. V. G. Allen.


© Webster 1913.

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