of or relating to Thessaloniki or its inhabitants.
a native or inhabitant of Thessaloniki.
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How to use Thessalonian in a sentence
Such, however, was the faith of the Thessalonian Church; such is the tone and spirit of the Epistle.Studies of Christianity | James Martineau
Through the increasing stillness, from the gilded gallery a Thessalonian reed began skirling like a thrush in the underbrush.The Moonlit Way | Robert W. Chambers
The thought of his Thessalonian converts came to him like a waft of pure, cool air to a heated brow.Expositions of Holy Scripture | Alexander Maclaren
In the first chapter he commends, with devout thanksgiving to God, the faith and love and patience of the Thessalonian Christians.Companion to the Bible | E. P. Barrows
The decisive moment of the crisis therefore necessarily falls between the Thessalonian and Galatian Epistles.The Expositor's Bible: The Epistle to the Galatians | G. G. Findlay
British Dictionary definitions for Thessalonian
of or relating to ancient Thessalonica (modern Salonika)
an inhabitant of ancient Thessalonica
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