/ (ˈfæmɪlɪst) /
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a member of the Family of Love, a mystical Christian religious sect of the 16th and 17th centuries based upon love
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Derived forms of FamilistFamilism, noun
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How to use Familist in a sentence
Silent in the ecstasy of joyful surprise, the Familist pressed her to his bosom.
The Familist paused from utter exhaustion, so vehemently had he poured forth the abundance of his zeal.
Richard, our own Richard, following the tribe of Gorton, the Familist!