Quaker

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A name given to members of the Religious Society of Friends in England when, in his defense, the leader of the Society said that the English judge would be the one to quake with fear before God on his Day of Judgment.

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Quaker (plural Quakers)

  1. (religion) A believer of the Quaker faith and a member of the Society of Friends, known for their pacifist views.

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