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Primitive Methodist

noun

  1. a member of a Protestant denomination Primitive Methodist Church founded in England in 1812 and later established in the U.S., characterized by its adherence to the basic doctrines, principles, and practices taught by John Wesley.
  2. a member of a Protestant denomination Primitive Methodist Church in Great Britain that united with other British Methodist groups in 1932 to form the Methodist Church.


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  • Primitive Methodism noun

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Word History and Origins

Origin of Primitive Methodist1

First recorded in 1805–15

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Example Sentences

The last hymn does not appear in the present-day Primitive Methodist hymnal.

Primitive Methodist Conference opened at Yarmouth, and lasted for a week.

Next door is a curiously built Primitive Methodist chapel, with bands of differently coloured bricks in relief.

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