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  • nounreligious belief
  • nounclassification
  • nounname

synonyms for denomination

  • church
  • creed
  • cult
  • faith
  • persuasion
  • religion
  • sect
  • communion
  • connection
  • group
  • school
  • slot
  • flag
  • appellation
  • moniker
  • designation
  • title
  • handle
  • brand
  • cognomen
  • term
  • label
  • appellative
  • style
  • identification
  • tab
  • surname
  • tag
  • compellation
  • nomen
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antonyms for denomination

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  • agnosticism
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      How to use denomination in a sentence

      It joins other denominations which have been eroded by hyperinflation, which soared to 800% in 2020 before slowing down to 106% this year.
      ZIMBABWE’S NEW HIGH-DENOMINATION BANKNOTE CAN’T BUY A LOAF OF BREADNYASHA CHINGONOJULY 9, 2021QUARTZ
      Still, countries including Canada and Australia have features on their currency that allow blind people to distinguish one denomination from another.
      WHEN WILL HARRIET TUBMAN ADORN THE $20 BILL?ANNIE LINSKEYJUNE 3, 2021WASHINGTON POST
      QAnon conspiracy theories have burrowed so deeply into American churches that pastors are expressing alarm — and a new poll shows the bogus teachings have become as widespread as some denominations.
      QANON CONSPIRACY THEORIES INFECT AMERICAN CHURCHESMIKE ALLENMAY 31, 2021AXIOS
      The “Protocol of Reconciliation and Grace through Separation” would allow the departing congregations to keep their property and give them $25 million to form a new denomination.
      TOP 10 NATIONAL NEWS STORIES OF 2020CHRIS JOHNSONDECEMBER 31, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
      No more than one convent of each denomination is allowed to subsist, and great checks are put on the profession of new members.
      JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE TO BRAZILMARIA GRAHAM
      He heard the arithmetic class reciting and learned that only things of the same denomination can be subtracted from each other.
      THE GIRLS OF CENTRAL HIGH ON THE STAGEGERTRUDE W. MORRISON
      While alone and contented, I was all right, but to return to the denomination would mean to leave both robe and title behind.
      THE VALUE OF A PRAYING MOTHERISABEL C. BYRUM
      He should have taken those bills far away and had them exchanged for money of smaller denomination.
      MYSTERY RANCHARTHUR CHAPMAN
      After the Mormon fiasco and the evaporation of the Fieldingites, another denomination took it.
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      Masses are said here, and services held, on the plan pursued at other chapels of the same denomination.
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      WORDS RELATED TO DENOMINATION

      • affiliation
      • body
      • chapter
      • communion
      • congregation
      • connection
      • creed
      • cult
      • denomination
      • doctrine
      • faction
      • faith
      • gathering
      • ism
      • order
      • persuasion
      • religion
      • schism
      • sect
      • society
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