Thesaurus / revivalist
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Barry was no revivalist; he never attempted to recreate Greek architecture on English soil.
His chief nineteenth-century disciple was, as we know, Lahiri Mahasaya, revivalist of the lost Kriya art.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGIPARAMHANSA YOGANANDA
Have I not had one minister an' five deacons an' a revivalist in my family, to say nothin' at all of one composer of hymns?
CONTEMPORARY ONE-ACT PLAYSSIR JAMES M. BARRIE
The contagion of a Revivalist meeting is a very mysterious thing.
In the early days of this chapel Mary Crossley, a Revivalist, occasionally preached here.
A HISTORY OF HORNCASTLEJAMES CONWAY WALTER
Before the war broke out he was a minister of the Methodist Church, and acquired no little reputation as a revivalist preacher.
THE SEVENTH REGIMENTGEORGE L. WOOD
By half-past six of the June evening the revivalist's congregation had begun to assemble.
THE QUICKENINGFRANCIS LYNDE
We all have some minister, some revivalist, some faithful friend, or some good book in a warm place in our heart.
BUNYAN CHARACTERSALEXANDER WHYTE
Isn't that revivalist preacher enough to run it for a while?
One day a pretty girl, whom he had been following in the street, unwittingly enticed him into a revivalist meeting.

WORDS RELATED TO REVIVALIST

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