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Latter-day Saint

noun
1.
a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Origin of Latter-day Saint
1825-1835
1825-35, Americanism
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  • That is not the spirit that should characterize a Latter-day Saint.

    Gospel Doctrine Joseph F. Smith
  • This was the first time a Latter-day Saint elder had preached in that town.

    Wilford Woodruff Matthias F. Cowley
  • No Latter-day Saint needs to be told that two or three dances a week for his children are out of all sense or reason.

    Gospel Doctrine Joseph F. Smith
  • What experiences did the Latter-day Saint boys and girls of Jackson county pass through?

  • He apparently now has no wish to conceal that he is a Latter-day Saint.

    Miss Dividends Archibald Clavering Gunter
  • In the faith of every Latter-day Saint, the temple was therefore the holy of holies, the most sacred of all sacred places.

  • You know she was a Latter-day Saint, you know she was true to her convictions.

    Gospel Doctrine Joseph F. Smith
  • This was the first time a Latter-day Saint Elder had preached in that town.

    Leaves from My Journal Wilford Woodruff
British Dictionary definitions for Latter-day Saint

Latter-day Saint

noun
1.
a more formal name for a Mormon
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