Definition of Seminarists

1. Noun. (plural of seminarist) ¹



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Definition of Seminarists

1. seminarist [n] - See also: seminarist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seminarists

seminar
seminarian
seminarians
seminaries
seminarist
seminarists (current term)
seminarlike
seminarrative
seminars
seminated
seminates
semination
seminationalized
seminations
seminatural

Literary usage of Seminarists

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1. Documents Illustrative of English Church History by Henry Gee, William John Hardy (1896)
"ACT AGAINST JESUITS AND seminarists, AD 1585. 27 ELIZABETH, CAP. 2. THIS Act was the first passed directly against Jesuits and seminarists, although they ..."

2. Documents Illustrative of English Church History by Henry Gee, William John Hardy (1896)
"ACT AGAINST JESUITS AND seminarists, AD 1585. 27 ELIZABETH, CAP. 2. THIS Act was the first passed directly against Jesuits and seminarists, ..."

3. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann, Edward Aloysius Pace, Condé Bénoist Pallen, Thomas Joseph Shahan, John Joseph Wynne (1913)
"The Diocese of Belluno contains 72 parishes, 280 churches, chapels, and oratories, 137 secular priests, 22 regulars, 22 seminarists, 5 lay brothers, ..."

4. Proceedings of the Church Missionary Society for Africa and the East by Church Missionary Society (1834)
"К Examination of the seminarists. August. 7--11 —This whole week was ... The seminarists were examined thus :—1. In Tamul and English reading and writing. ..."

5. Lives of the Archbishops of Canterbury by Walter Farquhar Hook (1872)
"seminarists in England. THE reader of these volumes will remember the great power exercised by the primate over his suffragan-, especially at the ..."

6. Handbook to Christian and Ecclesiastical Rome by Mildred Anna Rosalie Tuker, Hope Malleson (1900)
"... Seminaries and seminarists. THE Pope's College of Cardinals, who compose his Curia Cardinals. or Council, are the modern representatives of the ancient ..."

7. Eleanor: A Novel by Humphry Ward (1900)
"... with their cloaks and pipes— black and white nuns — brown monks—lines of scarlet seminarists, and the like, he suddenly broke out with the prayer of the ..."

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