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Christian

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Christianity
ChristianChris‧tian1 /ˈkrɪstʃən, -tiən/ noun [countable]  RRCa person who believes in the ideas taught by Jesus Christ
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ChristianSuch thinking may have a particular appeal to Catholic Christians, who tend to think in terms of an evolving revelation.Upper-class Christians were indistinguishable from their pagan fellows in their life-style.According to some baseball officials, as many as one-third of the players on teams are devout Christians.Most Christians have put Easter and all its trappings behind them for the year.Pagans could not, of course, belong to the community of Christians.Governor Quintianis used the persecution of Christians as a way of possessing her.Perhaps he had been driven out by the Christians.Whether Christians should welcome it or not remains an open question, but they can ignore it only at their peril.
Related topics: Christianity
ChristianChristian2 adjective  1 RRCrelated to Christianity the Christian religion the Christian church a Christian minister2 (also christian)GOOD/MORAL behaving in a good kind way That wasn’t a very christian thing to do!
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ChristianLaughing at his misfortune wasn't a very christian act.Christian doctrineChristian ministers
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