Definition of Congregants

1. Noun. (plural of congregant) ¹



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Definition of Congregants

1. congregant [n] - See also: congregant

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Congregants

congratulates
congratulating
congratulation
congratulations
congratulative
congratulator
congratulators
congratulatory
congratz
congree
congreed
congrees
congreet
congreets
congregant
congregants (current term)
congregate
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congregating
congregation
congregational
congregationally
congregationless
congregations
congregative
congregator
congregators
congress boot

Literary usage of Congregants

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1. Victims of Child Abuse; Domestic Violence; Elderly Abuse; Rape, Robbery, Assau< & Violent Death: A Manual for Clergy & Congregations (1992)
"Clergy would do well to remember that they are not able to control all the events in the lives of their congregants. What excellent and competent clergy we ..."

2. The Jewish Religion by Michael Friedländer (1891)
"It seems that there was, on the one hand, a desire on the part of the congregants to have an uninterrupted silent tefillah in which they could give suitable ..."

3. Jewish Life in the Middle Ages by Israel ( Abrahams (1919)
"The Shamash was despatched to remind congregants of their duties, such as leaving their boots at home on the eve of the Day of Atonement, and observing some ..."

4. Freedom of Religion in China by Asia Watch Committee (U.S.), Asia Watch Committee (1992)
"F.vidence ol miracles and healing may be presented by active congregants ' and approach what the government would consider "superstition. ..."

5. Aspects of Jewish Life and Thought (The Letters of Benammi) by Benammi, Mortimer Epstein (1922)
"Maimonides observed, for example, that while the Reader was repeating the Amidah the congregants talked audibly and disturbed the service. ..."

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