"allhood" meaning in English

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Noun

Etymology: From all + -hood. Etymology templates: {{af|en|all|-hood}} all + -hood Head templates: {{en-noun|-}} allhood (uncountable)
  1. The state or condition of all or of being all; universality Tags: uncountable
    Sense id: allhood-en-noun-UqhV0VZN Synonyms: Allhood Related terms: allness

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          "ref": "1898, Laozi, Laozi, Dao de Jing Wan, page 319",
          "text": "If he were concrete, he could not be the allhood, the omnipresence, the universality, the eternity of existence.",
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          "ref": "1909, Nicholas Murray Butler, Frank Pierrepont Graves, Charles Alexander Nelson, Educational Review - Volume 37, page 383",
          "text": "The man who thinks that his religion is the sum-total of the religious dogmas he believes in, who thinks that to live in harmony with the allhood of things it requires only that one subscribe to certain prescribed religious dogmas, in whose mind the means of salvation is simply frequency and fervency of prayer, assiduity and fidelity of attendance on worship, — in the case of that man his so-called religion is just as apt as not to become an actual aid to immorality, for it is not religion at all, but purblind, self-righteous Pharisaism.",
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          "ref": "1994, Harry Brewster, The cosmopolites: a nineteenth-century family drama, page 207",
          "text": "What furious and divine selfishness is this, that asserts and sacrifices itself at the same moment; that refuses to hear of aught but itself and resolves itself in allhood?",
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