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Use "protestant" in a sentence
"Madame de Warens was what he calls protestant in literary taste, and would talk for ever of the great Bayle, while she thought more of Saint Evremond than she could ever persuade Rousseau to think."
"After the Reformation, particularly in protestant lands, justifications for aristocratic rule usually made only a token reference to the formal churches."
"Equiano's temporary reticence regarding this corrupt deployment of George's anti-slavery position breaks down when he attempts to give George a double lesson first in protestant election and later in capitalist exchange:"