Definition of concentre:
Once more doth Pitt deem the land crying loud to him- Frail though and spent, and an hungered for restfulness Once more responds he, dead fervours to energize Aims to concentre, slack efforts to bind.- "William Pitt and the Great War", John Holland Rose.
- "The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning", Hugh Binning.
Take all his mercies towards us, whether general or particular, the transcendent abundance of his infinite goodness in the earth, that river of his riches that runs through it, to water every man, and bring supply to his doors, that infinite variety that is in heaven and earth, and all of them of equal birth- right with man; yet by the law of our Maker, a yoke of subjection and service to man is imposed upon them, so that man is, in a manner, set in the centre of all, to the end, that all the several qualifications and perfections that are in every creature, may concentre and meet together in him, and flow towards him.- "The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning", Hugh Binning.