methodism

Part of speech: noun

The state of being methodical.

Part of speech: noun

The doctrines, polity, and worship of the Methodists.

Part of speech: adjective

Methodistic, methodistical.

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Usage examples "methodism":

  1. Methodism among them was a radical independent movement offering liberty in a sphere in which the Negro had never freely moved. - "The History of the Negro Church", Carter Godwin Woodson.
  2. John rose, smiling, and as he did so said, " Was that the way Methodism began, mother?" - "The Measure of a Man", Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr.
  3. Who would have supposed that Mr. Povey, a recent convert from Primitive Methodism in King Street to Wesleyan Methodism on Duck Bank, was dwelling upon window- tickets and the injustice of women, instead of upon his relations with Jehovah and the tailed one? - "The Old Wives' Tale", Arnold Bennett.