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See also: aeonic



æonic (comparative more æonic, superlative most æonic)

  1. Obsolete form of eonic.
    • 1899, Richard Holt Hutton, Aspects of Religious and Scientific Thought, Chapter XXXIII., page 259:
      Suppose a man earnestly believed, as one of the Apostles, for instance, very well might have believed, that by continuing to live through all the centuries, he could give a witness to the facts of revelation such as would otherwise have been impossible, would he have been justified in praying for such an æonic life ?