Definition of Anabaptisms

1. Noun. (plural of Anabaptism) ¹



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Definition of Anabaptisms

1. anabaptism [n] - See also: anabaptism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anabaptisms

amœbæan
amœne
amœnities
amœnity
an'
an't
an-
an Englishman's home is his castle
an apple a day
an apple a day keeps the doctor away
an axe to grind
an if
an offer one can't refuse
ana-
anabaenas
anabaptisms (current term)
anabaptize
anabaptized
anabaptizes
anabaptizing
anabas
anabases
anabasine
anabasis
anabasius
anabatic
anabatic wind
anabioses
anabiosis
anabiotic

Literary usage of Anabaptisms

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1. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (1854)
"This was much about ye time he fell into ye cursed opinion- of anabaptisms. His wife advised with Some of ye magistrates and others about her revealing of ..."

2. Historical Lectures and Essays by Charles Kingsley (1889)
"Then, in Wat Tyler's insurrections, in Munster anabaptisms, in Jacqueries, they proved themselves to be masses, if nothing better, striking for awhile, ..."

3. Three Lectures Delivered at the Royal Institution: On the Ancien Régime as by Charles Kingsley (1867)
"Then, in Wat Tyler's insurrections, in Munster anabaptisms, in Jacqueries, they proved themselves to be masses, if nothing better, striking for a while, ..."

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