Southcott

/ (ˈsaʊθkɒt) /

noun

Joanna. 1750–1814, British religious fanatic, who claimed that she would give birth to the second Messiah

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Example sentences from the Web for Southcott

  • In one respect at least the Southcott woman was superior to the Eddy woman.

    The Religio-Medical Masquerade|Frederick William Peabody
  • Mr Southcott proposes that I should surrender the command of this ship to him; and if I do so we all know what will follow.

    The Rover's Secret|Harry Collingwood