Episcopalian

[ US /ɪˌpɪskəˈpeɪɫiən, ɪˌpɪskəˈpeɪɫjən/ ]
[ UK /ɪpˌɪskəpˈe‍ɪli‍ən/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or pertaining to or characteristic of the Episcopal church
    the Episcopal hierarchy
    married by an Episcopalian minister
NOUN
  1. a member of the Episcopal church
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How To Use Episcopalian In A Sentence

  • Further, in spite of the proliferation of weekday celebrations of lesser feasts, many Episcopalians lack even cursory knowledge of the early church and the patristic fathers.
  • FATHER FARLEY: He is an episcopalian, an agnostic, an anythingarian seeking to overthrow our holy faith. Ulysses
  • He invented phenomena like chrono-synclastic infundibula (places in the universe where all truths fit neatly together) as well as religions, like the Church of God the Utterly Indifferent and Bokononism (based on the books of a black British Episcopalian from Tobago “filled with bittersweet lies,” a narrator says). Archive 2007-04-01
  • Mayhew led the ministerial attack with veiled sniper fire at Episcopalians for sending invaders to Congregational territory.
  • The two clergymen met once or twice in their calls upon the new-comer, and each acquired an opinion of the other: John Fenn said to himself that the old minister was a good man, if he was an Episcopalian; and Dr. Lavendar said to William King that he hoped there would be a match between the "theolog" and Philippa. The Voice
  • He invented phenomena like chrono-synclastic infundibula (places in the universe where all truths fit neatly together) as well as religions, like the Church of God the Utterly Indifferent and Bokononism (based on the books of a black British Episcopalian from Tobago "filled with bittersweet lies," a narrator says). GreenCine Daily: Kurt Vonnegut, 1922 - 2007.
  • When these ideas spread from Great Britain to the United States after the Civil War, they were initially adopted by proponents of the social gospel, usually Unitarians, liberal Congregationalists and Baptists, and Episcopalians.
  • But there are also the white clergy (and rabbi); usually, they were pusillanimous and hesitant to move more than a step or two beyond their conservative members, most of whom supported the egregious Jew-turned-Episcopalian Mayor Henry Loeb, who rivals in obduracy George W. Bush. Balkinization
  • Trembler was doing the con with his episcopalian voice, always a winner. THE TARTAN RINGERS
  • Trembler was doing the con with his episcopalian voice, always a winner. THE TARTAN RINGERS
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