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Otterbein

[ ot-er-bahyn ]
/ ˈɒt ərˌbaɪn /
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noun

Philip William, 1726–1813, American clergyman, founder of the United Brethren, born in Germany.

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How to use Otterbein in a sentence

  • Otterbein, Bishop Edwards, Wilson, and many others of the most eminent ministers professed and taught holiness as a distinct work.

  • Otterbein and Boehm did a great work and their followers and teachings distinctly influenced the early life of Mr. Cox.

    Cox--The Man|Roger W. Babson
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