denomination

All Noun
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  • The course is being run around the world by all major Christian denominations.
  • His circle of friends included men of every denomination, every class and almost of every nation.
  • Here he established his own religious denomination and a newspaper, The western sky.
  • I am not a member of any church or denomination, nor have I ever been.
  • Further, that bill made it legal to leave any religious denomination, without entering another.
  • Some groups included on this list do not consider themselves a denomination.
  • Each child is now brought up under the influence and teaching of the denomination of the parents.
  • Union College has remained free of the control of any one religious denomination since its founding.
  • Most denominations offer programs for youth and families as well as regular worship services.
  • The college receives both financial support and students from these three denominations as well.
  • May refer to a religious event that includes several religious denominations from not always related religious groups.
  • Some thirty churches of various denominations can be found in the city.
  • The seat of the denomination will return to its place of origin.
  • It also lists those who have founded a specific major denomination within a larger religion.
  • Various Christian denominations have become established on the island, most during the 19th century.
  • These two denominations each built a place of worship in the town.
  • This issue was followed by notes of the same design but with only the new denomination shown.
  • In trying to improve conditions in the village she provided schools for the local children of all denominations.
  • The town presently has a number of notable and large churches of many denominations.
  • The paper money is available in denominations of one, five, ten, twenty, and fifty.
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Meaning of denomination

  • noun A group of religious congregations having its own organization and a distinctive faith
  • noun A class of one kind of unit in a system of numbers or measures or weights or money
    he flashed a fistful of bills of large denominations