cruciate englannista suomeksi
1550, (w), ''The Image of Both Churches''.
- In this life are they cruciate with a troublous and doubtfull conscience.
- Immediately I was so cruciate, that I desired— death to take me.
- They vexed, tormented, and cruciated the weake consciences of men.
a. 1680, Joseph Glanvill, ''on the Preexistence of Souls''
- The thus miserably cruciated spirit must needs quit its unfit habitation.