Definition of Predestinators

1. Noun. (plural of predestinator) ¹



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Definition of Predestinators

1. predestinator [n] - See also: predestinator

Lexicographical Neighbors of Predestinators

predessert
predesserts
predestinarian
predestinarianism
predestinarians
predestinary
predestinate
predestinated
predestinates
predestinating
predestination
predestinationist
predestinations
predestinative
predestinator
predestinators (current term)
predestine
predestined
predestines
predestining
predestiny
predeterminaation
predeterminable
predeterminant
predeterminants
predeterminate
predetermination
predeterminations
predetermine
predetermined

Literary usage of Predestinators

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1813)
"... spirit-renovated, they exhale Crude eructations, indigested, stale, Endors'd predestinators, by their head Calvin ! no sleeping partner in the trade. ..."

2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1813)
"... they exhale Crude eructations, indigested, stale, Endors'd predestinators, by their head Calvin ! no sleeping partner in the trade. First of the. ..."

3. Essays on Subjects Connected with the Reformation in England by Samuel Roffey Maitland (1899)
"... Hart .... these were those they called freewill men : ' for so they were termed of the predestinators .... and ' there were thirteen articles drawn up, ..."

4. History of the Catholic Church: For Use in Seminaries and Colleges by Heinrich Brück, Joseph Hergenröther (1884)
"Any peculiar sect of the predestinators does not seem to have been formed. § 62. Christological Controversies; or, Controversies respecting the Person of ..."

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