Definition of Gospellers

1. Noun. (plural of gospeller) ¹



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Definition of Gospellers

1. gospeller [n] - See also: gospeller

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gospellers

gosling
goslings
gosmore
gospel
gospel bird
gospel music
gospel singing
gospel truth
gospeler
gospelers
gospelesque
gospelize
gospell
gospelled
gospeller
gospellers (current term)
gospelly
gospelmonger
gospelmongers
gospodar
gospodars
gosport
gosports
goss
gossamer
gossamerlike
gossamers
gossamery
gossan
gossaniferous

Literary usage of Gospellers

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1. History of the Church of England: From the Abolition of the Roman Jurisdiction by Richard Watson Dixon (1891)
"The indignation of the gospellers (to use an inexact but convenient word) was not entirely quelled by these solemnities and festivities in which the city ..."

2. Ecclesiastical Memorials; Relating Chiefly to Religion, and the Reformation by John Strype (1822)
"-L/ET us now turn our eyes to the gospellers, and to their Anno 1557. dealings with them: which may in part appear by this jour- L*tter* an<l nal following, ..."

3. History of English Nonconformity from Wiclif to the Close of the Nineteenth by Henry William Clark (1911)
"... intended to assert their claims : the " gospellers," as the more fanatical Protestant preachers were called, began 1 History of the Reformation (ed. ..."

4. British Reformers by Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A, Board of Publication (1842)
"Of carnal gospellers, by whose evil living, God's truth is shamefully slandered. I WILL now speak with great dolour and heaviness in my heart, ..."

5. British Reformers by Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A, Board of Publication (1842)
"... to beware they fall not from it, in consenting to the Romish religion, by the example of halting and double-faced gospellers. THE peace of Christ, ..."

6. Old and New London: A Narrative of Its History, Its People, and Its Places by Walter Thornbury, Edward Walford (1892)
"The Etymology and Early History of Hampstead—" Hot gospellers"—The Hollow Tree—An Inland Watering-place—Caen Wood Towers— ..."

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