from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun One who teaches or professes faith in a gospel.
- noun One who reads or sings the Gospel as part of a church service.
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- noun Alternative spelling of
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- noun a preacher of the Christian gospel
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I know you for a hardy gospeller, that fear neither saint nor devil, yet, if I were you, I would not sing your profane songs in this valley of
Hot-gospeller and the Bible-thumper says that Jesus was destined to die for the sins of mankind.
Hot-gospeller and Bible-thumper is the language he uses.
"Hot-gospeller and the Bible-thumper says that Jesus was destined to die for the sins of mankind."
The gospeller caught me looking after her and smiled.
Tye and Al stood watching as the gospeller and I trod to the verandah.
First he had there a dean, a great divine, and a man of excellent learning; and a sub-dean, a repeater of the choir, a gospeller and epistler of the singing-priests, and a master of the children
Ever since the words of the Gnostic gospeller, "He shall lead you unto all truth," were written, it has been claimed that the authentic medium of Divine communications has been a corporation or a book, one or the other being affirmed to be an exhaustive and infallible philosophy of God and man.
First, he had there a dean, a great divine, and a man of excellent learning; and a sub-dean, a repeater of the choir, a gospeller, an epistler of the singing-priests, and a master of the children: in the vestry a yeoman and two grooms, besides other retainers that came thither at principal feasts ....
Christicle, who's this excrement yellow gospeller on the Merrion hall?