Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A member of a church; one in communion with and belonging to a church.
“I got an email today from a friend seeking advice for a fellow church-member who has grandchildren literally all over the globe, including in Europe and Africa.”
“I am a father and a husband and a business owner and a friend and a church-member and several other things.”
“They were so starved that Nicholas Upsall, a Puritan church-member, bribed the jailer with five shillings a week to allow him to bring food to them.”
“Addison was ostensibly a church-member, a model citizen; he represented a point of view to which Cowperwood would never have stooped.”
“Brother,' said his fellow church-member, as he gently nudged his arm.”
“Could God hold her, rigorous church-member, fond wife and mother as she was, guilty of this boy's blood?”
“It is always worse for a church-member to do an immoral act, and teach an immoral sentiment, than for an immoral man, because it does greater mischief.”
“JOHN FREEMAN, a free colored man, seized in Indianapolis, and claimed as the slave of Pleasant Ellington, a Methodist church-member, (Summer, 1853,) of Missouri.”
“Sam Amos used to say -- Sam wasn't a church-member himself -- that there was some advantages about bein 'a Babtist after all; you did have to go under the water, but then you had the right to grumble.”
“This gives us an idea of the radical change that must take place before a person can become a true church-member.”
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