- Sandeman + -ian, after John Glas's son-in-law Robert Sandeman. (Wiktionary)
“Polly reads no newspaper since the "Sandemanian" was merged.”
“I think of Einstein's methodology from his training in the patent office, or Faraday's Sandemanian beliefs affecting his work on magnetism.”
“He was a member of the Sandemanian sect, which believed (past tense because they are now virtually extinct) in a literal interpretation of the Bible, ritually washed the feet of newly inducted members and drew lots to determine God's will.”
“I can go out into the street and state that I am a Wesleyan Methodist or a Sandemanian, though I fear in no very convincing accent.”
“Bishop came to preach at Naguadavick, all the Episcopal clergy of the neighborhood were present; if Dr. Pond came, all the Congregational clergymen turned out to hear him; if Dr. Nichols, all the Unitarians; and he thought we owed it to each other, that, whenever there was an occasional service at a Sandemanian church, the other brethren should all, if possible, attend.”
“Our excellent brother, Dr. Fillmore, had taken a notion at this time that our Sandemanian churches needed more expression of mutual sympathy.”
“I am, or rather was, a minister, of the Sandemanian connection.”
“If a Sandemanian is chosen president of the Young Men's Library, there must be a Methodist vice-president and a Baptist secretary.”
“We are all trustees of the New Coventry Academy; and there has lately been "a good deal of feeling" because the Sandemanian trustees did not regularly attend the exhibitions.”
“He was an elder of a little Sandemanian Church -- a church that never boasted more than twenty members.”
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