Decapolis at English => English (The Britannica Concise) Of Explained:
League of 10 ancient Greek cities, incl. Damascus, in E Palestine. It was formed after the Roman conquest in 63 BC for mutual protection against their Semitic neighbors. The name also denotes the roughly contiguous territory formed by these cities, all but one of which lay east of the Jordan River. Subject to the Roman governor of Syria, the league survived until the 2nd cent. AD.
Decapolis at English => English (Eastons 1897 Bible) Of Explained:
speculate, believe, take for granted, imagine, put forth, propound, propose, submit, move.
[V] (Hope): hope, trust, confide, rely on, put one's trust in, believe, presume, expect, look forward to, hope for, desire, anticipate.
[V] (Piety): be pious, have faith, believe, revere, be converted, convert, edify, sanctify.[ADJ] (Belief): believing, confident, unhesitating, convinced.
[ADJ] (Credulity): credulous, gullible, easily deceived, simple, green, soft, childish, silly, superstitious, confiding, believing.[V] (Underestimation): underrate, underestimate, undervalue, depreciate, disparage, detract, not do justice to, belittle, minimize.
[V] (Detraction): detract, derogate, decry, deprecate, depreciate, disparage, run down, belittle, sneer at, criticize, cast aspersions upon, blacken, vilify, brand,
Decapolis at English (WD) Of Explained:
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EtymologyFrom Inter: etyl » grc|en Inter: term » δέκα||ten|tr=deka|lang=grc|sc=polytonic + Inter: term » πόλις||city|tr=polis|lang=grc|sc=polytonic.
Proper nounInter: en-proper nou » n
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