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Macedoʹnians

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A religious sect, so named from Macedoʹnius, Patriarch of Constantinople, in the fourth century. They denied the divinity of the Holy Ghost, and that the essence of the Son is the same in kind with that of the Father.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Machiavelli
Machiavellism
Mackintosh or Macintosh
Macklin
Macmillanites
Macsycophant (Sir Pertinax)
Mace
Macedon is not Worthy of Thee
Macedonian (The)
Macedonian Madman (The)
Macedonians
Macedonicus
Mackerel Sky (A)
Macon
Macreons
Macrocosm (Greek, the great world)
Mad as a March Hare
Mad Cavalier (The)
Mad Parliament (The)
Mad Poet (The)
Mad as a Hatter

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Macedonians