Samaritan

[ UK /sɐmˈæɹɪtən/ ]
[ US /səˈmɛɹɪtən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a member of the people inhabiting Samaria in biblical times
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How To Use Samaritan In A Sentence

  • But a Samaritan traveler who came upon him was moved with compassion at the sight.
  • The Samaritans are the last echo that remain in the world of the ancient Israelite tradition.
  • Organisations such as Samaritans have long sought to persuade the media that reporting suicide calls for particular care.
  • Good Samaritan, Jesus pointed out that religious creed is secondary to the actual practice of love. An Interview with J.R. Lankford
  • Samaritans in Northallerton are helping volunteers from a North Yorkshire-based charity who are counselling farmers separated from their sheepdogs by the foot-and-mouth crisis.
  • Later, "Israelite" or "Jew" was changed into "Samaritan, " which introduces an element of inconsistency, since no Samaritan would have been found on the road between Jericho and Jerusalem (ib. 30).
  • He knew these Samaritans meant well, but all they were doing was making him feel inferior. CODE BREAKER
  • To clean an unidentified spot of dirt from a page of a Samaritan Pentateuch (the first five books of the Hebrew Bible), Ms. de Arteni used a very soft vinyl eraser, a medium that won't abrade the vellum (animal skin) of the rare 13th-century volume. The New York Public Library: From Vault to Exhibition Gallery: Conserving Library Treasures
  • In Cubao, the Samaritana Transformation Ministries group takes a different tack by offering women friendship and acceptance first and foremost.
  • A Samaritan is used as an example of the mercifulness that all disciples ought to demonstrate.
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