Definition of Congregators

1. Noun. (plural of congregator) ¹



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Definition of Congregators

1. congregator [n] - See also: congregator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Congregators

congreet
congreets
congregant
congregants
congregate
congregated
congregates
congregating
congregation
congregational
congregationally
congregationless
congregations
congregative
congregator
congregators (current term)
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congress gaiter
congress shoe
congresscritter
congresscritters
congressed
congresses
congressing
congressional
congressional district
congressionally
congressive

Literary usage of Congregators

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1. History of the Church of England: From the Abolition of the Roman Jurisdiction by Richard Watson Dixon (1885)
"Item, examined upon the 4th and 5th articles upon his oath, saith that he being among the congregators, he hath heard it divers times affirmed as a general ..."

2. The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain), George Long (1843)
"The food of the Yellowhammer consists of grain, seeds, and insects, and in winter it joins the flocks of greenfinches, chaffinches, and other congregators ..."

3. Ascamot: Or, Laws and Regulations of the Congregation of Spanish and (1872)
"... congregators of this Kaal, which establishment began in the year 5490, and the property now in existence belonging to this Institution being £2565 11s. ..."

4. The Revival of Aristocracy by Oscar Levy (1906)
"... but never those congregators of the witless who fished for their petty profit in every gutter; never those slavish characters of the nineteenth century ..."

5. Memoirs of a Manager: Or, Life's Stage with New Scenery by Henry Lee (1830)
"The service o'er each isle is quickly cleared, the verger hastes to shut the common congregators out, io bar each door: and now he is at leisure to pay ..."

6. Scotland, Its Faith and Its Features, Or, A Visit to Blair Athol: Or, A by Francis Chenevix Trench (1846)
"... while in one of our English congregators, such a proceeding would excite and disturb the feelings of a whole congregation. Our visit to Abbotsford was, ..."

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