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Origin of latitudinarian
OTHER WORDS FROM latitudinarianlat·i·tu·di·nar·i·an·ism, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for latitudinarian
The Latitudinarian party, whose faults and temptations lay in a very opposite direction, was very strong.The English Church in the Eighteenth Century|Charles J. Abbey and John H. Overton
In the wabeno dance, which is esteemed by the Indians as the most latitudinarian co-fraternity, love songs are introduced.The Indian in his Wigwam|Henry R. Schoolcraft
Latitudinarian opinions revived, and the church was regarded merely as a human institution.
Good sound crushing, rending, comfortable nails of doctrine—none of your airy latitudinarian tin-tacks.'That Very Mab'|May Kendall and Andrew Lang
Amyraut, the latitudinarian professor of Saumur, was the author of one of them; Bochart that of the other.The Anglo-French Entente in the Seventeenth Century|Charles Bastide