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Origin of Mennonite
OTHER WORDS FROM MennoniteMen·no·nit·ism, noun
Example sentences from the Web for mennonite
The four mules are soon hitched to the reaper and proudly driven into the wheat by the son of the old Mennonite.
As we go round the field, the Mennonite boy talks religion, or is silent.
"We do not laugh at jokes about swearing," said the Mennonite driver, and climbed back on to his reaper.
Self-sufficiency, reflecting contexts of existence of limited scale, marks the Amish and Mennonite families.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin
This Mennonite was a priestess of her view of the truth and comes of endless generations of such snow-footed apostles.