• (noun): One who quakes and trembles with (or as with) fear.
    Synonyms: trembler
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on quaker, quakers:

Ambrose Jessup Tomlinson - Early Life
... Tomlinson was born to a prominent Quaker family near Westfield, Indiana ... Milton and Delilah Tomlinson never regularly attended Quaker services after that, hence their children including A.J ... at the age of seventeen and immediately enrolled in the local Quaker academy, Union High School, in Westfield, Indiana, a town known for its religious and racial diversity ...
South River Friends Meetinghouse
... The South River Friends Meetinghouse, or Quaker Meeting House, is a historic Friends meeting house located at Lynchburg, Virginia ... The building ceased as a Quaker meeting house in the 1840s, and stands on the grounds of the Quaker Memorial Presbyterian Church ... of the city whose final resting place is marked by a plain Quaker stone and a modern plaque ...
Mabel Leigh Hunt
... Hunt was born in Coatesville, Indiana, to Quaker parents ... father died, in Plainfield (a center of Indiana Quaker activity) ... Hunt wrote many other works on Quaker themes including The Double Birthday Present (1947) a 1959 article on Quaker children and Quaker-related children's books for the periodical You Are Called Cupola House (1961 ...
Quaker, Indiana
... Quaker (or Quaker Point) is an extinct town in Vermillion Township, Vermillion County, Indiana, United States ... The post office at Quaker was established in 1894 and discontinued in 1914 ...
Solomon Eccles - Life
... Pepys confirms that the person described as such is a Quaker ... a man, a Quaker, came naked through the Hall, only very civilly tied about the privates to avoid scandal, and with a chafing-dish of fire and brimstone burning upon his head… crying, “Repent! repent ... He would worship with other Quakers ...

More definitions of "Quaker":

  • (noun): A member of the Religious Society of Friends founded by George Fox (the Friends have never called themselves Quakers).
    Synonyms: Friend

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