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Primitive Baptist

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noun
(especially in the Southern U.S.) one belonging to a highly conservative, loosely organized Baptist group, characterized by extreme fundamentalism and by opposition to missionary work, Sunday Schools, and the use of musical instruments in church.
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Origin of Primitive Baptist

An Americanism dating back to 1850–55
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