Definition for SO-RI'TES

SO-RI'TES, n. [L. from Gr. σωρειτης, a heap.]

In logic, an argument where one proposition is accumulated on another. Thus, All men of revenge have their souls often uneasy. / Uneasy souls are a plague to themselves. / Now to be one's own plague is folly in the extreme. – Watts.

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