Definition of Exhorters

1. Noun. (plural of exhorter) ¹



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Definition of Exhorters

1. exhorter [n] - See also: exhorter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exhorters

exhilarating
exhilaratingly
exhilaration
exhilarations
exhilarative
exhorbitant
exhort
exhortation
exhortations
exhortative
exhortatively
exhortatives
exhortatory
exhorted
exhorter
exhorters (current term)
exhorteth
exhorting
exhortingly
exhorts
exhumate
exhumated
exhumates
exhumating
exhumation
exhumations
exhume
exhumed
exhumer
exhumers

Literary usage of Exhorters

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1. The History of the Religious Movement of the Eighteenth Century Called by Abel Stevens (1878)
"Thus arose the order of " exhorters," a notable example of the manner in which ... The Local Ministry has usually graduated from the class of exhorters, ..."

2. The Baptist Missionary Magazine by Executive Committee, Baptist General Convention, American Baptist Missionary Union, Board of Managers (1847)
"2 principal stations ; 7 missionaries ; 5 exhorters ; 10 salaried and 47 gratuitous ... 1 missionary ; 5 exhorters ; 5 salaried and 16 gratuitous teachers ..."

3. Welsh Calvinistic Methodism: A Historical Sketch of the Presbyterian Church by William Williams (1884)
"Attachment to the Church—Societies—exhorters—Organization—Overseers—Moderators— Districts—Reports of Overseers—Rales for admission of exhorters—Strict ..."

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