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- n. Plural form of methodist.
- n. a Protestant denomination founded on the principles of John Wesley and Charles Wesley
“[(establish themselves, called methodists, and who held all who were not of his relig) 9.7 (ious)] TJ”
“Let's see how many methodists the military can round up and charge with incitement, before they collapse in exhaustion or run out of holding capacity.”
“Labels: blazing saddles, harvey korman, methodists”
“Such goings on among your evangelicals and methodists!”
“I am looking forward to seeing the first reports of "ethnic riots" between the methodists and seventh day adventists who uncomfortably live side by side in my town.”
“To hell with right-wing evangelical baptists, and methodists by LincolnMarx on Sunday, Aug 3, 2008 at 9: 28: 24 PM”
“This is a group of methodists who don't agree with some of the policies of the Bush administration, who are also concerned that there will be a thinktank attached to this library.”
“M. O'BRIEN: President Bush's plans for his presidential library stirring up a tempest among methodists.”
“Examples of the latter class may also be found in a similar field: jesuits, puritans, methodists, and the like.”
“A good analogy for different faiths catholics, methodists, muslims etc would be different groups of rugby supporters.”
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