Here's a non-construct version that gets as close as I can to your original request.
I used sentence scope so that having the words in different sentences didn't trigger a hit. As you want the terms related to one another this seemed useful. And it's restricted to the range you originally requested.
Now during the course of this topic you raised a couple of questions :
1. You asked about Rom 6:18. That isn't a hit and I don't get it with this query. Did you mean something else ?
2. The behaviour of the LEX item with and without a comma.
This is interesting. I never knew this happened. I am not sure if this is a bug but the results returned without the comma are rather odd. It returns many fewer hits but the hits it gets are hard to understand. My initial thinking was that just like the search box it would find Ἰησοῦς χριστός adjacent and indeed it does. But it doesn't highlight χριστός in such cases, and it also finds cases of Ἰησοῦς on its own. It does not find χριστός on its own. By "on its own" I mean with κυριος but not with the other word in the second LEX item. It would be good to have Accordance check this out in case it's a bug or explain it in case it's a useful way to construct a search.
3. "how do I now find verses that have κύριος but NOT either Ἰησοῦς or χριστός modifying it (i.e., either κυριος alone, or κύριος with one or both of the same accompanying words but, e.g., in another case)?"
This appears to ask two questions:
a. kurios on its own
b. kurious with either or both modifiers but without case, number agreement.
Ignoring case-number-gender agreement a simple search box query will do (a) :
[RANGE rom-rev] <AND> (κυριος <NOT> ιησους <NOT> Χριστός)
Of course this is limited to collocation in a particular scope. If you want to permit words more than 5 words away then you'll need to resort to construct.
( is facilitated by negating the AGREE element. But none of the hits I get that way indicate that the word not in agreement is in the same clause or sentence. I would have to do more research to convince myself that no such case exists though. Do you have any examples ?
Some of these queries are a little raw and I have not extensively studied the results so ping back with any refinements or questions.
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