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The Latitudinarian party, whose faults and temptations lay in a very opposite direction, was very strong.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON
In the wabeno dance, which is esteemed by the Indians as the most latitudinarian co-fraternity, love songs are introduced.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
Latitudinarian opinions revived, and the church was regarded merely as a human institution.
Good sound crushing, rending, comfortable nails of doctrine—none of your airy latitudinarian tin-tacks.
'THAT VERY MAB'MAY KENDALL AND ANDREW LANG
Amyraut, the latitudinarian professor of Saumur, was the author of one of them; Bochart that of the other.
Several of the bishops were, in fact, “latitudinarian” or “Arminian” in doctrine, wanderers from the severity of Knox and Calvin.
The modern latitudinarian finds in it little either of sympathy or tolerance.
According to the most latitudinarian notions, this was the extent of the remedy in the hands of Congress.
Papist and sceptic, mystic and ceremonialist, latitudinarian and Presbyterian, all were hostile.
But here is what neither Papist nor Puritan, latitudinarian nor precisian, ever boggles or makes mouths at.
KENILWORTHSIR WALTER SCOTT

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