Rem"a*nence (r?m"?*nens) Rem"a*nen*cy (-nen*s?), n. [Cf. OF. remanence, LL. remanentia, fr. L. remanens. See Remanent, a.]

The state of being remanent; continuance; permanence.

[R.]

Jer. Taylor.

The remanence of the will in the fallen spirit. Coleridge.

 

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