Did you possibly mean anabaptist?
- n. Plural form of anabaptist.
“anabaptists' and others similar, rather than Anglicans [or Episcopalians].”
“Only religion works - orthodox judaism, mormons, anabaptists, etc.”
“Chutney follows up on David's open communion suggestion by recommending the love feast, a practice common especially among Mennonites and other anabaptists.”
“This, too, was its effect with the German anabaptists, and with the sectaries of England.”
“In the spring of 1575, Elizabeth fell upon certain anabaptists with ostentatious severity, by way of demonstrating how narrow after all was the division between Anglican and Catholic in their fundamental ideas.”
“Its a town full of Dessenters, 2 meeteings very full besides anabaptists and quakers.”
“There are 4 Large meetings for the descenters in the town takeing in the Quakers and anabaptists.”
“There are many descenters in ye town – 4 meeteing places wth ye quakers and anabaptists.”
“Indignation against the imprisonment and burning of Protestants, under the pretence that they were rebellious anabaptists, drew him from obscurity; silence, he thought, was treason.”
“The mystics, the humanists, the anabaptists, the spiritual reformers, are forerunners of the Quaker.”
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