Went out to the Mennonite conference in the Hawpatch, about nine miles from here.
This Galenus Abrahams was a Mennonite and a man of considerable note.
I pitched up bundles from below, to an old man of sixty, who wore a fringe of grey beard, like a Mennonite.
This Mennonite was a priestess of her view of the truth and comes of endless generations of such snow-footed apostles.
Working in a header-barge is fun, more fun than shocking wheat, even when one is working for a Mennonite boss.
I was by chance taking a short respite from the sunshine, last Monday noon, on the porch of the Mennonite farmer.
One man turned up with a service record on which was nothing except "Mennonite, objects to bearing arms."
The Mennonite boy picked up two sheaves to my one at the beginning of the week.
The little "Mennonite Maid" who wanders through these pages is something quite new in fiction.
As we go round the field, the Mennonite boy talks religion, or is silent.
member of an Anabaptist sect, 1560s, from name of Menno Simons (1492-1559), founder of the sect in Friesland, + -ite (1). As an adjective by 1727. Alternative form Mennonist (n.) attested from 1640s.