anti-Witness

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

anti- +‎ Witness

Adjective[edit]

anti-Witness (comparative more anti-Witness, superlative most anti-Witness)

  1. Opposed or hostile to Jehovah's Witnesses or their beliefs or doctrines.
    • 1963, Charles Herman Pritchett, ‎Alan F. Westin, The Third Branch of Government: 8 Cases in Constitutional Politics
      The most spectacular manifestation of anti-Witness hostility was a sharp outbreak of violence. In June, 1940, several hundred incidents occurred in which force was directed against Jehovah's Witnesses []
    • Steve McRoberts, Falling in Truth: The Education of a Jehovah's Witness (page 329)
      But it wasn't till he was at Bethel that he began reading them in connection with all the old magazines they had there, and even a few of the anti-Witness books that managed to find their way into little obscure boxes and corners in the library.

Noun[edit]

anti-Witness (plural anti-Witnesses)

  1. A person who is opposed or hostile to Jehovah's Witnesses or their beliefs or doctrines.

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