Corinthians

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Corinthians

  1. (biblical) Either of the two books in the New Testament of the Bible that are written as epistles to the people of Corinth and which are attributed to Paul the Apostle, Sosthenes and Timothy.
    Synonyms: Epistle to the Corinthians, Cor. (abbreviation), Cr. (abbreviation)

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Corinthians

  1. plural of Corinthian