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freewill offering

noun
1.
a voluntary religious contribution made in addition to what may be expected or required.
Origin of freewill offering
1525-1535
First recorded in 1525-35
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  • Besides this, they were required to bring a freewill offering to God, every time they went up to the three great yearly festivals.

    A Treatise on Domestic Economy

    Catherine Esther Beecher
  • Nothing was asked, nothing would be asked, but "the freewill offering of a free people."

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