noun, plural clas·ses [klas-eez] /ˈklæs iz/. (in certain Reformed churches)
Origin of classis
Examples from the Web for classis
Even Animals near the Classis of plants, seem to have the most restlesse motions.The Works of Sir Thomas Browne|Thomas Browne
Upon this overture the first classis struck out their lines, and drew mostly by the portrait of Geneva.
If we cannot organize a Classis at once, we will do the best we can.
By the authority of this Classis, in the early part of this year, a third church was organized at Amoy according to our order.
Such are Ravenna and Classis, and the Ghosts that haunt them.Limbo and Other Essays|Vernon Lee