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OTHER WORDS FROM MennoniteMen·no·nit·ism, noun
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How to use Mennonite in a sentence
I pitched up bundles from below, to an old man of sixty, who wore a fringe of grey beard, like a Mennonite.Tramping on Life|Harry Kemp
His wife, nominally of the Mennonite faith, was quite willing to accept her husband's creed.Jennie Gerhardt|Theodore Dreiser
As we go round the field, the Mennonite boy talks religion, or is silent.
This Mennonite was a priestess of her view of the truth and comes of endless generations of such snow-footed apostles.
I was by chance taking a short respite from the sunshine, last Monday noon, on the porch of the Mennonite farmer.