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  • n. Plural form of Romanist.


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  • This, with the Romanists is a great sin, and the poor hapless victim is at once placed under punishment.

    Life in the Grey Nunnery at Montreal

  • Wychecombe was a Catholic, as it was then usual to term the Romanists, and in secret, a Jacobite; and, in common with many of that religious persuasion, he was down in the west, to see if a rising could not be organized in that part of the kingdom, as a diversion to any attempt to repel the young Pretender in the north.

    The Two Admirals

  • "Romanists," as the Germans contemptuously called the supporters of the pope.

    An Introduction to the History of Western Europe

  • It's a fitting end to a ludicrous eight-year career of bashing "Romanists" and supposed opposers of the gospel like myself.

    Biblical Evidence for Catholicism

  • Parnering even with other faith-based groups such as Romanists, Orthodox or Jews still violates the command of Scripture.


  • a subtle device of Satan to make their daughters "Romanists"; but Satan probably dislikes "Romanism" even more than sectarians do, and is much more in earnest to suppress or ruin our conventual schools, in which he is not held in much honor, than he is to sustain and encourage them.

    Public School Education

  • Doran reasonably asserts that if you judge purely on the metric of strict separation (rather than defense of the gospel, for example), all of those dirty evangelicals are the same, and the same as Romanists, for that matter.

    On the Latest Time of Nick « Unknowing

  • (Kinda sorta like the Romanists did with that whole baroque thing, except with crappy music and pathetic architecture ...)

    Palin: Media Hates Me Because I'm An Average American

  • The Romanists say it is best for men, and so suitable to the goodness of God, that there should be an infallible judge of controversies on earth; and therefore there is one.

    An Essay Concerning Human Understanding

  • The English lay Romanists, almost to a man, had hearts sounder than their heads, and, howsoever illogically, could not help holding to the strange superstition that, being

    Westward Ho!


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