[ tey-buh-rahyt ]
/ ˈteɪ bəˌraɪt /
(in the 15th century) a member of the militant body of Hussites maintaining a strict literal interpretation of the Scriptures.
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Origin of Taborite
1640–50; named after Tabor, city in Bohemia where the radical party of Hussites had its headquarters; see -ite1
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Example sentences from the Web for Taborite
Its emphatic decision in favor of the Calixtin doctrine broke up the Taborite organization.A History of The Inquisition of The Middle Ages; volume II|Henry Charles Lea
He sharply attacks the view of the Taborite priests, which was similar to that afterwards adopted by the Calvinists.A History of Bohemian Literature|Count Ltzow