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Webster's Dictionary 1828 - Online Edition

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Advent

AD'VENT, noun [Latin adventus, from advenio, of ad and venio, to come. See Find.]

A coming; appropriately the coming of our Savior, and in the calendar, it includes four sabbaths before Christmas, beginning of St. Andrew's Day, or on the sabbath next before or after it. It is intended as a season of devotion, with reference to the coming of Christ in the flesh, and his second coming to judge the world.

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