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Meaning of "Sabbatarianism" in the English dictionary

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PRONUNCIATION OF SABBATARIANISM

Sabbatarianism  [ˌsæbəˈtɛərɪənɪzəm] play
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GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF SABBATARIANISM

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adjective
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pronoun
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conjunction
determiner
exclamation
Sabbatarianism is a noun.
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WHAT DOES SABBATARIANISM MEAN IN ENGLISH?

Sabbatarian

Sabbatarian, as an adjective, may refer to: ▪ First-day Sabbatarianism, Christian observance of Sabbath on the first day of the week ▪ Puritan Sabbatarianism, the Reformed practice of the avoidance of recreation on the first day of the week ▪ Seventh-day Sabbatarianism, Christian observance of Sabbath on the seventh day of the week ▪ Jewish Sabbatarianism, Jewish observance of Sabbath on the seventh day of the week ▪ Subbotniks, a Russian sect categorized as Jews or Judaizing Christians ▪ Szekler Sabbatarians, a Transylvanian and Hungarian Unitarian religious group ▪ Someone born on Saturday, in vampire hunter lore ▪ Biblical Sabbatarianism, observance of Sabbath according to the Bible...

Definition of Sabbatarianism in the English dictionary

The definition of Sabbatarianism in the dictionary is adherence to the strict religious observance of Sunday. Other definition of Sabbatarianism is adherence to the observation of Saturday as the Sabbath.

WORDS THAT RHYME WITH SABBATARIANISM


agrarianism
əˈɡrɛərɪənɪzəm
antinomianism
ˌæntɪˈnəʊmɪənɪzəm
antiquarianism
ˌæntɪˈkweərɪənɪzəm
Aristotelianism
ˌærɪstəˈtiːlɪənɪzəm
authoritarianism
ɔːˌθɒrɪˈtɛərɪənɪzəm
Cartesianism
kɑːˈtiːzɪənɪzəm
egalitarianism
ɪˌɡælɪˈteərɪənɪzəm
epicureanism
ˌɛpɪkjʊəˈrɪənɪzəm
equestrianism
ɪˈkwɛstrɪənɪzəm
Hegelianism
hɪˈɡeɪlɪənɪzəm
Kantianism
ˈkæntɪənɪzəm
lesbianism
ˈlɛzbɪənɪzəm
libertarianism
ˌlɪbəˈtɛərɪənɪzəm
Machiavellianism
ˌmækɪəˈvelɪənɪzəm
messianism
mɛˈsaɪənɪzəm
pedestrianism
pəˈdɛstrɪənɪzəm
presbyterianism
ˌprɛzbɪˈtɪərɪənɪzəm
Rastafarianism
ˌræstəˈfɛərɪənɪzəm
totalitarianism
təʊˌtælɪˈtɛərɪənɪzəm
Trinitarianism
ˌtrɪnɪˈtɛərɪənɪzəm

WORDS THAT BEGIN LIKE SABBATARIANISM

Saba
Sabadell
sabadilla
Sabaean
Sabah
sabal
Sabaoth
Sabatier
sabaton
sabayon
sabbat
Sabbatarian
Sabbath

WORDS THAT END LIKE SABBATARIANISM

Anglicanism
Confucianism
coping mechanism
defence mechanism
Exchange Rate Mechanism
hedonism
hooliganism
humanism
humanitarianism
mechanism
microorganism
New Urbanism
organism
paganism
Pan-Africanism
safety mechanism
Satanism
shamanism
urbanism
veganism
vegetarianism

Synonyms and antonyms of Sabbatarianism in the English dictionary of synonyms

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Sabbatarianism
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sabadismo
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Sabbatarianism
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Sabbatarianism
380 millions of speakers
ar

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Sabbatarianism
280 millions of speakers

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Sabbatarianism
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Sabbatarianism
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Sabbatarianism
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sabbatarianism
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Sabbatarianisme
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sabbatarianism
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安息日厳守主義
130 millions of speakers

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Sabbatarianism
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Sabbatarianisme
85 millions of speakers
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Sabbatarianism
80 millions of speakers

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Sabbatarianism
75 millions of speakers

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सब्बेटरायझम
75 millions of speakers

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Sabbatarianism
70 millions of speakers

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Sabbatarianism
65 millions of speakers

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Sabbatarianism
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Sabbatarianism
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Sabbatarianism
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Sabbatarianism
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Translator English - Afrikaans

Sabbatarianism
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Translator English - Swedish

Sabbatarian
10 millions of speakers
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Sabbatarianism
5 millions of speakers

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TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «SABBATARIANISM»

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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about Sabbatarianism

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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SABBATARIANISM»

Discover the use of Sabbatarianism in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Sabbatarianism and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
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Nicholas Bownde and the Context of Sunday Sabbatarianism
Most evaluations of Nicholas Bownde's work focus on the theological and prohibitive sides of his Sabbatarianism.
Edward Martin Allen, 2008
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The Seventh-day Men: Sabbatarians and Sabbatarianism in ...
This is the first-ever fully documented study of these people, who in their heyday were at the center of debate and controversy among the leading writers of the age.
Bryan W. Ball, 2009
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The Sunday Christ: Sabbatarianism in English Medieval Wall ...
This book addresses a particular form of medieval imagery found in parish churches from the mid-14th century that was designed to reach a literate and illiterate audience of parishioners.
Athene Reiss, 2000
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Is Saturday Or Sunday the Christian Sabbath? a Refutation of ...
This scarce antiquarian book is a selection from Kessinger Publishing's Legacy Reprint Series.
William Armstrong, 2010
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Evangelical Dictionary of Theology
Sabbatarianism. The view which insists that one day of each week be reserved for religious observance as prescribed by the OT sabbath law. It is important to note the distinction between strict or literal sabbatarianism and semisabbatarianism ...
Walter A. Elwell, 2001
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Sabbath and Sectarianism in Seventeenth Century England
CHAPTER ONE SABBATARIANISM AND SATURDAY-SABBATARIANISM The explanation for the phenomenon of English Sabbatarianism must in the first instance be sought in the light of the Puritan emphasis on a direct understanding of the ...
David S. Katz, 1988
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The Social Anxieties of Progressive Reform: Atlantic City, ...
See also New Jersey Methodist Conference; Sabbatarianism Protestant hegemony, 10, 58-60, 115, 212 n. See also Law and order leagues; Protestant establishment; Sabbatarianism; Sunday closing laws Quakers. See Atlantic City, hotels; ...
Martin Paulsson, 1996
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Godly People
We learn from the Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church that 'in its more rigorous form [Sabbatarianism] is a peculiar development of the English and Scottish Reformation, being unknown on the Continent even among Calvinists.
Patrick Collinson, 1982
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English Political Thought, 1603-1660
Chapter IV SABBATARIANISM One of the most striking and significant facts of the history of England during the seventeenth century was the development and spread of what is known as Sabbatarianism. Many degrees of it appear, and we ...
John William Allen, 1644
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Be Still... and Know That I Am God: Devotions for Every Day ...
Sabbatarianism. The Lord has given you the Sabbath, therefore on the sixth day he gives you food for two days; each of you stay where you are; do not leave your place on the seventh day. So the people rested on the seventh day. — Exodus ...
Gus Keiser

10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SABBATARIANISM»

Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term Sabbatarianism is used in the context of the following news items.
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Money is the only god the Tories want us to worship on a Sunday
... and radical theology was being reclaimed, some Christians began to call for seventh-day sabbatarianism and a return to the political theology of the jubilee. «The Guardian, Jul 15»
2
Defending Greece or just demonising Germany?
Although I am an atheist and generally free marketeer, there is something to be said for a modest form of sabbatarianism. While corner shops are more pricey, ... «Spiked, Jul 15»
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Frontier Diary: Kendrick spoke out against closing saloons on Sunday
Kendrick, however, “brought down the house,” when, armed with a Bible, argued “total abstinence and sabbatarianism were both unscriptured and intolerant; ... «Glenwood Springs Post Independent, Jun 15»
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What History Says About Comparing Gay Rights To Civil Rights
These churches also promoted social-reform movements like temperance, sabbatarianism, prison reform, asylums for the insane, women's rights, and the like. «The Federalist, May 15»
5
Defending the Kochs: A History of Big Money & Social Change
They first became involved with advocacy via a push to end postal deliveries on Sunday. This was part of a movement known as Sabbatarianism, which aimed to ... «RealClearPolitics, Mar 15»
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The Christmas shutdown just makes us drunker, fatter, lazier and …
Out of this act of church appeasement grew an entirely different Sunday schedule with many fewer trains – in Scotland, where Sabbatarianism was especially ... «The Guardian, Dec 14»
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Orkney and Shetland islanders already winning Scotland's …
The Western Isles, culturally distinct and still a place where Protestant Sabbatarianism is dominant, is a stronghold of Gaelic culture – giving them special status. «The Guardian, Aug 14»
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Why Wick and Stornoway have so much in common
The strict hand of Sabbatarianism still holds sway over many of the Western Isles and once – back in those herring fishing days when thousands followed the ... «John O'Groat Journal, Mar 14»
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The boozy country
Another powerful inhibitor on drinking was the rise of Sabbatarianism. This Christian doctrine promotes Sunday as the day that must be observed in accordance ... «The Australian Financial Review, Jan 14»
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Pope Francis Has a Few Words in Support of Leisure
In the United States, Catholics were never the great proponents of Sabbatarianism, observing Sunday as a special day, for worship or rest. That was a Protestant ... «New York Times, Apr 13»

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« EDUCALINGO. Sabbatarianism [online]. Available <https://educalingo.com/en/dic-en/sabbatarianism>. Nov 2020 ».
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