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  • Thus he obtained the means and influence to draw adherents around himself.
  • This art of motion has since spread around the world and now has adherents in many countries.
  • Adherents believe that the church today should contain every element of the early church.
  • The number of its adherents is estimated to be between ten and twenty million.
  • A religious festival is a time of special importance marked by adherents to that religion.
  • The adherents to this state power were united by a common religion.
  • There are a variety of established methods of animals training, each with its adherents and critics.
  • However, adherents only count for about six percent of the population.
  • At present, the majority of humans are adherents of some religion, and this has been true throughout recorded human history.
  • One way to define a major religion is by the number of current adherents.
  • He expected his adherents to follow him as they had done for almost 30 years.
  • These views gained some adherents in America in the late 18th century.
  • Women were more numerous among members than men, and adherents outnumbered official members by as many as five-to-one.
  • Spiritualism generally attracted female adherents, many who had strong interests in social justice.
  • In reality, only Michael may have been excommunicated along with his then-living adherents.
  • A few adherents can even be found in South Africa.
  • His ideas, at least in this respect, gained few adherents.
  • The Government generally allows recognized religious minorities to conduct the religious education of their adherents.
  • Adherents who go through an inter-faith marriage are often expelled from the religion.
  • Adherents believe that their founder knew everything almost at birth due to his connection with/being a Divine Power.
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Root form of adherents is adherent for the noun.

Synonyms of adherents