Definition of limbo:
imprisonment, bolero, confess, conclave, uncertainty, altar boy, doubt yourself, confession, doubt, reservation, dancing, boogie, Charleston, confinement, distrust, oblivion, conga, captivity, in abeyance, cha-cha, belly dance, pending, Catholicism, Catholic, bull, bossa nova, scepticism, apostolic, on hold, a question mark over something, obliviousness, cancan, nothingness, reserve, question, dance, Anglo-Catholic.
I shall not attempt to describe the presence of a good number of horses, the throwing of lots by the servants of the court for the raiment of Christ, the release of the Holy Fathers from limbo, and all the other clever inventions which would be most excellent in a modern master and are remarkable in an ancient one.- "The Lives of the Painters, Sculptors & Architects, Volume 1 (of 8)", Giorgio Vasari.
- "Joan of Arc of the North Woods", Holman Day.
That he denied the existence of limboes, places destined to receive the souls of those who die before the age of reason, without receiving baptism: the argument brought to support this charge was the suppression of the question and answer on the article Limbo, which he had obliged the author of the Catechism to make.- "The History of the Inquisition of Spain from the Time of its Establishment to the Reign of Ferdinand VII.", Juan Antonio Llorente.