- Methodist (n.)
- "One of a new kind of puritans lately arisen, so called from their profession to live by rules and in constant method" [Johnson]. Protestant religious sect founded 1729 at Oxford University by John and Charles Wesley, took that name almost from inception, but it had been used since at least 1686 for various new methods of worship. Related: Methodism.
- 1. Edwards is a Methodist lay preacher and social worker.
- 2. "Let us pray," said the Methodist chaplain.
- 3. I was brought up a Methodist.
- 4. Well, a month afterwards, Mrs. Jessup and I were married in a Methodist Church.
- 唔, 一个月以后,我和杰瑟普夫人在一座卫理公会教堂里举行了婚礼.
- 5. Dad, nominally a Methodist, entered Churches only for weddings and funerals.
- 爸名义上是卫理公会教徒, 可只去教堂参加婚礼和葬礼.
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