Adjective "Jesuit" Definition and Examples


    Adjective:

    Jesuit


    Definition:

    1. a member of a Roman Catholic religious order (Society of Jesus) founded by Ignatius of Loyola in 153

    4.

    2. (often lowercase) a crafty, intriguing, or equivocating person: so called in allusion to the methods ascribed to the order by its opponents. adjective

    3. of or relating to Jesuits or Jesuitism.

    Origin:
    Jesuit

    Examples:

    "priests can be jesuit."

    "missionaries can be jesuit."

    "colleges can be jesuit."

    "seminaries can be jesuit."

    "schools can be jesuit."

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