Definition of Tithers

1. Noun. (plural of tither) ¹



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Definition of Tithers

1. tither [n] - See also: tither

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tithers

titely
titer
titered
titering
titers
titfer
titfers
tith
tithable
tithe
tithe barn
tithed
tither
tithers (current term)
tithes
tithing
tithingman
tithingmen
tithings
tithly
tithonia
tithonias
tithonic
tithonicity
tithonographic
tithonometer
tithonometers
tithymal

Literary usage of Tithers

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

1. Adventures in Stewardship by Ralph Spaulding Cushman, Martha F. Bellinger (1919)
"THE tithers' CORNER A district superintendent from the Middle West at a recent. Conference said: "Instead of a campaign for a million tithers in Methodism, ..."

2. Studies in Stewardship by Ralph Spaulding Cushman (1918)
"How TO USE THE TITHE MONEY This is a question that should be decided by the tithers themselves. Liberty of conscience should be always safeguarded. ..."

3. The Town of San Felipe and Colonial Cacao Economies by Eugenio Piñero (1994)
"From 1704 to 1712 the growers and the tithers paid the alcabala, ... The period for which the growers, the Church and the tithers did not pay the alcabala ..."

4. Missionary Ammunition for the Exclusive Use of Pastors (1916)
"The church has more than a thousand members, of whom 350 are "tithers. ... These Geneva Methodist tithers are doing more than pay for their church; ..."

5. The Gentleman's Magazine (1833)
"... great or little end; so it is with the tithers and anti.tithers—it is a mere matter of taste whether the clergy ought to be paid in one way or other. ..."

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