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  1. The origin of this interpretation is unclear. Some translations of the Bible mention "plague" (e.g. the NIV) or "pestilence" (e.g. the RSV) in connection with the riders in the passage following the introduction of the fourth rider; cf. "They were given power over a fourth of the earth to kill by sword, famine, plague, and by the wild beasts of.
  2. Pestilence definition: Pestilence is any disease that spreads quickly and kills large numbers of people. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
  3. Pestilence, also known as the Green Horseman, is a powerful entity and is also one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, along with his brothers Famine, War, and Death. He manifests physically on Earth by taking on human nolcisojequaremuhypjoymindnady.coinfoation: His brothers Lucifer.
  4. Pestilence (official), Rotterdam. 50K likes. PESTILENCE is: Patrick Mameli - Vokillz & Lead, rhythm guitar Joost vd Graaf - Bass Rutger v. Noordenburg - Lead, rhythm guitar Septimiu Hărşan Followers: 53K.
  5. a. any epidemic outbreak of a deadly and highly infectious disease, such as the plague b. such a disease 2. an evil influence or idea Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition © HarperCollins Publishers , , , , , , , , ,
  6. pestilence definition: 1. any very serious infectious disease that spreads quickly and kills large numbers of people 2. a. Learn more.
  7. Mar 20,  · They came to earth--Pestilence, War, Famine, Death--four horsemen riding their screaming steeds, racing to the corners of the world. Four horsemen with the power to destroy all of humanity. They came to earth, and they came to end us all.4/5.
  8. Here the pestilence is called noisome, a shortened form of "annoysome," used in the sense of "hateful" or that which causes trouble or distress. In modern English it has acquired the sense of loathsome. "Noisome" is used by Tyndale where the King James Version and the Revised Version (British and American) have "hurtful" in 1 Timothy
  9. After years of war and pestilence, few people remained in the city. the fear that terrorists could unleash a pestilence that would wreak unspeakable havoc Recent Examples on the Web Few things are more pressing than eradicating the social pestilence symbolized by the place.

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