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  • noun Plural form of Danite.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "In the beginning, prior to statehood and just after, the Church used to have these enforcers -- they were called Danites -- who supposedly did the Lord's dirty work.

    Higher Authority

  • "In the early days of the Church, these enforcers of the faith were called Danites, or sometimes Brigham's Avenging Angels.

    Higher Authority

  • When a Mormon forger was running around Salt Lake City killing people many Mormons suddenly left the city on vacation fearing that some modern version of the "Danites" as the killers were known in the past, might have returned.

    Classically Liberal

  • If the (expletive deleted) Danites rise then I'll greet 'em with hot lead and steel, but I ain't heard about any (expletive deleted) Danites recently and I don't plan to go anywhere near Utah either.

    Are we a Christian Nation?

  • The Danites, taking their name from the avenging angels of the Mormon mythology, sprang up in the mountains of the Great West and spread over the Pacific Coast from Panama to Alaska.

    Chapter 25: The Terrorists

  • True John Browning was inspired by God to make the 1911 pistol, but I tend to consider that incidental to his Mormonism (his pappy made harmonica rifles for Brother Brigham and the Danites).

    Rush ...Glen ....Sarah next?

  • True John Browning was inspired by God to make the 1911 pistol, but I tend to consider that incidental to his Mormonism (his pappy made harmonica rifles for Brother Brigham and the Danites).

    Rush ...Glen ....Sarah next?

  • It is no wonder then that the secret order existing within the higher echelons of the church [Danites/Council of the Fifty] have worked hand in glove with Mossad.

    9-11 and the Mormon-Mossad-CIA Connection

  • This midrash is highly critical of the conduct of Moses and the Danites.

    Shelomith 1: Midrash and Aggadah.

  • The Danites asked him: “Why do you want to have your tent here?”

    Shelomith 1: Midrash and Aggadah.

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