religious sect

  1. a subdivision of a larger religious group
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  • Religious sects have also been templates on which hierarchies form, with ideal opportunities for individual men to wield tyrannical power.
  • You could become a flagellant in some obscure religious sect.
  • he condemned religious sectarianism
  • He condemned religious sectarianism.
  • Paramat stood by the doorway with the attitude of a tourist at the shrine of an exotic religious sect.
  • the fissiparity of religious sects
  • Mrs. Turner spent some time in Marburg, Germany, working in the University Library there on a thesis dealing with communistic and religious sects that came to Canada from Germany. Post-War Utilization of Farm-Products
  • The very helpful, unobtrusive wait staff are dressed in identical loose-fitting saffron-colored costumes, like the members of some gentle religious sect.
  • Many people thought the religious sect was guilty of brainwashing.
  • There are now nearly 1,000 followers of minority religious sects serving in the forces. The Sun
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