Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A Scripturist.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A Biblical scholar; a scripturist.

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Examples

  • One, a great scripturian, fixed himself behind the door with pen and ink, in order to take down the discourse in short-hand; but the Almighty Being anointed me with such a portion of his Spirit, that he cast away his paper and pen, and heard the discourse with patience, and was much affected, for the

    Elizabeth : a colored minister of the gospel, born in slavery,

  • One, a great scripturian, fixed himself behind the door with pen and ink, in order to take down the discourse in short-hand; but the Almighty

    Memoir of old Elizabeth : a coloured woman,

  • This, in the view of the scripturian incontrovertible truth, is, I conceive, illustrated in the similitude un - der consideration, where the fruit of the vintage is brought together and put into a winepress, the ownerof the vintage gathers together all the gra/ies, no one supposes he has any aversion to his grapes, his aim is to collect the pure juice, and to discard whatever is un - profitable.

    Letters, and sketches of sermons : in three volumes

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