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per·di·tion
[per-dish-uhn]
NOUN
1.
a state of final spiritual ruin; loss of the soul; damnation.
2.
the future state of the wicked.
3.
4.
utter destruction or ruin.
5.
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Perdition may refer to: Hell in Christian beliefs · Son of perdition · Perdition (play), by Jim Allen; Road to Perdition (comics), a series of fictional works by Max Allan Collins; Road to Perdition, a film based on the graphic novel of the same name; Road to Perdition (soundtrack), music from the film of the same name. Albums.

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Perdition definition, a state of final spiritual ruin; loss of the soul; damnation. See more.

www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/perdition

Perdition began life as a word meaning "utter destruction"; that sense is now archaic, but it provides a clue about the origins of the word. "Perdition" was borrowed into English in the 14th century from Anglo-French perdiciun and ultimately derives from the Latin verb perdere, meaning "to destroy." "Perdere" was formed by ...

www.collinsdictionary.com/us/dictionary/english/perdition

Perdition definition: If you say that someone is on the road to perdition , you mean that their behaviour is... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/perdition

perdition meaning: a state of punishment that goes on for ever, believed in some religions to be suffered by evil people after death. Learn more.

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Definition of perdition - (in Christian theology) a state of eternal punishment and damnation into which a sinful and unrepentant person passes after death.

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What is Perdition? Definition and meaning:PERDITION per-dish'-un (apoleia, ' ruin' or 'loss,' physical or eternal): The word 'perdition' occurs in the English Bible 8 times (.

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Perdition is mainly a religious concept from Christianity that means hell or eternal damnation. Perdition doesn't sound like a lot of fun.

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Perdition. I lately lost a preposition; It hid, I thought, beneath my chair. And angrily I cried, "Perdition! Up from out of under there." Correctness is my vade mecum, And straggling phrases I abhor, And yet I wondered, "What should he come. Up from out of under for?" Morris Bishop, contributed by Conrad Parker ...