Quakerism [kwey-kuh-riz-uh m] ExamplesWord Origin noun
- the beliefs, principles, and practices of Quakers.
One can see, too, that modern Quakerism has taken a gentler tone.
Warren H. Wilson
Edward Burrough has been called the Whitefield of Quakerism.
The Economist calls the article on Quakerism “admirably written.”
The meekness of Quakerism will do in religion but not in politics.
Samuel P. Orth
He would, Lady Penn maintained, recover from his distemper of Quakerism.
Joseph Edgar Chamberlin