Uzziah


Uzziah

Uzziah [uh-zahy-uh] Examples noun

  1. the son and successor of Amaziah as king of Judah, reigned 783?–742? b.c. II Kings 15:13, 30–34.

Also Azariah. Examples from the Web for uzziah Historical Examples of uzziah

  • Uzziah had died a leper, his brilliant history ended in disgrace.

    Broken Bread

    Thomas Champness

  • The chapter begins with the words, “In the year that King Uzziah died.”

    The Preacher and His Models

    James Stalker

  • The Ammonites also paid tribute to Uzziah, for he became very strong.

    The Children’s Bible

    Henry A. Sherman

  • Uzziah was no more when Pekah obtained the throne of Israel.

    The History of Antiquity, Vol. III (of VI)

    Max Duncker

  • King Uzziah’s presumption in this kind also points a warning.

    A New Witness for God (Volume 1 of 3)

    B. H. Roberts

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