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plural noun

the Jews as being God's chosen people. Deuteronomy 14:2.
(usually initial capital letters) a name adopted by certain fundamentalist Christian sects, signifying their refusal to conform to any rule of conduct that is contrary to the letter or spirit of the Bible.

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Origin of peculiar people

First recorded in 1485–95
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peculiar people

pl n

(sometimes capitals) a small sect of faith healers founded in London in 1838, having no ministers or external organization
the Jews considered as God's elect
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