Amish sect

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Amish sect an orthodox Anabaptist sect separated from the Mennonites in late 17th century; settled chiefly in southeastern Pennsylvania
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Usage

In literature:

An account of the Kansas Amish, a sect something like the Tolstoys, for Kansas City, St. Louis and New York newspapers.
"If You Don't Write Fiction" by Charles Phelps Cushing
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In news:

Leader Of Amish Sect , 15 Others Found Guilty Of Hate Crimes In Beard Cuttings.
US hate-crime law applies to Amish sect leader, accused beard-cutter.
A judge says Amish sect leader Samuel Mullet Sr. Must pay for his own legal defense WKYC reports.
No new trial, no acquittal for Amish sect leader convicted in Ohio beard-cuttings.
Embattled Amish sect moving to upstate N.Y. Sign out Welcome.
Amish sect moving to upstate NY.
No new trial, no acquittal for Amish sect leader convicted in Ohio beard -cuttings.
The Kentucky Supreme Court has upheld a state law requiring an Amish sect to post orange safety triangles on their buggies , although lawmakers already made changes to the law earlier this year.
Embattled Amish sect moving to New York.
Embattled Amish sect moving to upstate N.Y. Sign out Welcome.
Amish sect moving to upstate NY.
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