Definition of Conventiclers

1. Noun. (plural of conventicler) ¹



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Definition of Conventiclers

1. conventicler [n] - See also: conventicler

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conventiclers

conveniences
conveniencies
conveniency
convenient
convenientia
conveniently
convenientness
convening
convenor
convenors
convent
convented
conventical
conventicle
conventicler
conventiclers (current term)
conventicles
conventicling
conventing
convention
convention bump
convention state
conventional
conventional PCI
conventional animal
conventional forest products
conventional memory
conventional mortgage loan
conventional signs
conventional tomography

Literary usage of Conventiclers

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1. Reports of Cases in the Courts of Star Chamber and High Commission by England and Wales Court of Star Chamber, Samuel Rawson Gardiner (1886)
"conventiclers. This day were brought to the Court out of prison divers persons (and some of them appeared by bond) which were taken on Sunday last at a ..."

2. Works of the Camden Society by Camden Society (Great Britain), Royal Historical Society (Great Britain) (1886)
"conventiclers. This day were brought to the Court out of prison divers persons (and some of them appeared by bond) which were taken on Sunday last at a ..."

3. The Fall of the Stuarts and Western Europe from 1678 to 1697 by Edward Hale (1897)
"The conventiclers in Scotland. Before England and Scotland were under one king, it was the obvious policy of an enemy of England to stir up strife between ..."

4. Fall of the Stuarts by Edward Hale (1889)
"The conventiclers in Scotland. Before England and Scotland were under one king, it was the obvious policy of an enemy of England to stir up strife between ..."

5. Lectures, Legal, Political, and Historical: On the Sciences of Law and by Alexander Robertson (1889)
"But, as soon as the royal forces were seen by their opponents, the religious meeting was broken up, and the armed conventiclers took up a defensive position ..."

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