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Of or relating to adiaphora or adiaphorists; = adiaphorist.See also adiaphorist
Mid 18th century; earliest use found in Archibald Maclaine (1722–1804), Presbyterian minister and historian. From post-classical Latin adiaphoristicus from adiaphorista + -icus. Compare German adiaphoristisch. Compare earlier adiaphorist.
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