panzoistic

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  • IPA(key): /pænˈzoˈĭsˈtĭk/
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panzoistic (comparative more panzoistic, superlative most panzoistic)

  1. Of or relating to panzoism.
    • 1917 [1879], Samuel Butler, God the Known and God the Unknown, page 83:
      THE reader will already have felt that the panzoistic conception of God-the conception, that is to say, of God as comprising all living units in His own single person-does not help us to understand the origin of matter, nor yet that of the primordial cell which has grown and unfolded itself into the present life of the world.

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