Definition of Reverists

1. reverist [n] - See also: reverist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reverists

reverentially
reverently
reverer
reverers
reveres
reverest
revereth
reverie
reveries
reverified
reverifies
reverify
reverifying
revering
reverist
reverists (current term)
reveromycin
revers
revers'd
reversal
reversal learning
reversals
reverse
reverse-commute
reverse-commuted
reverse-commutes
reverse-commuting
reverse-dowry
reverse-engineer
reverse-engineered

Literary usage of Reverists

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

1. The Sermons of Henry Ward Beecher in Plymouth Church, Brooklyn by Beecher, Henry Ward (1871)
"There are those who tend toward thought, rather than toward disposition, and thus become reverists, instead of practical and living Christians. ..."

2. Plymouth Pulpit: The Sermons of Henry Ward Beecher, in Plymouth Church, Brooklyn by Henry Ward Beecher, Truman Jeremiah Ellinwood (1869)
"There are those who tend toward thought, rather than toward disposition, and thus become reverists, instead of practical and living Christians. ..."

3. Local Nomenclature: A Lecture on the Names of Places, Chiefly in the West of by George Philip Rigney Pulman (1857)
"... vivid of friendly reverists, conceive of the origin of that now handsome town, than a collection of rudely built huts, in the forest or upon the hill, ..."

4. The Original Plymouth Pulpit: Sermons from the Stenographic Reports by T.J by Henry Ward Beecher (1893)
"There are those who tend toward thought, rather than toward disposition, and thus become reverists, instead of practical and living Christians. ..."

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