- a person who is part of a congregation: The voices of the congregants were raised in prayer.
Origin of congregant
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Examples from the Web for congregant
This result is a change in the relationship between state and citizen, producer and consumer, priest and congregant.Four Principles for a Libertarian National Security State
September 14, 2013
He welcomes the comparisons to his congregant, but is reluctant to take all the credit.Pawlenty’s Pastor Problem
July 12, 2011
How these followed from "the congregant nature of the loadstone can be seen when the effusion of forms has been considered."
You have no right to a voice at all; as the Chancellor has reminded us, you are not even a Yahid, a congregant.The King of Schnorrers
- a member of a congregation, esp a Jewish congregation
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