One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
noun & adjective
- ‘During the persecution of Protestants by the Habsburg dynasty in the seventeenth century, the Moravians, who had converted many German Waldensians living in Moravia, emigrated to Saxony.’
- ‘Not only the Protestant British enthusiasts for Italy but their Waldensian friends and allies were drawn into the maelstrom.’
- ‘He could paint such a picture because the success of popular heretical and evangelical movements, such as the Waldensians and Albigensians, was positively explosive.’
- ‘Jan Milic Lochman's contribution to David Willis and Michael Welker's book emphasizes the history of radical reform among Waldensians, Hussites and Czech Brethren.’
- ‘The Waldensian church began during a religious revival near Lyon, France during the twelfth century, predating the Protestant Reformation that swept through Europe in the sixteenth century.’
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