Origin of Waldenses
OTHER WORDS FROM WaldensesWal·den·si·an [wawl-den-see-uhn, -shuhn, wol-], /wɔlˈdɛn si ən, -ʃən, wɒl-/, adjective, noun
How to use Waldenses in a sentence
It was wholly different from the Waldensian movement and its allies.
Florio was a Waldensian teacher, no doubt driven to England by religious persecution.Old and New London|Walter Thornbury
It is important to distinguish clearly this Waldensian movement from the so-called Albigensian one.
It was the Bible which had stirred the Waldensian and similar movements; so the Bible was to be kept away from the people.
So far we have sketched the leading points in the creed of the Waldensian Church.The Vaudois of Piedmont|John Napper Worsfold