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Whitefield

[ hwit-feeld, wit- ]
/ ˈʰwɪtˌfild, ˈwɪt- /
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noun
George, 1714–70, English Methodist evangelist.
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White·field·i·an, White·field·ite, noun
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Whitefield
/ (ˈwɪtˌfiːld) /

noun
George. 1714–70, English Methodist preacher, who separated from the Wesleys (?1741) because of his Calvinistic views
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