a loosely organized body of Christians founded in Plymouth, England, about 1830, having no ordained ministry, no formal creed or ritual, and accepting the Bible as the only guide.
a religious sect founded c. 1827, strongly Puritanical in outlook and prohibiting many secular occupations for its members. It combines elements of Calvinism, Pietism, and millenarianism, and has no organized ministry
noun 1. the colony established in SE Massachusetts by the Pilgrims in 1620. noun 1. the Puritan colony founded by the Pilgrim Fathers in SE Massachusetts (1620) See also Mayflower The colony established in what is now eastern Massachusetts by the Pilgrims in 1620.
noun 1. a company, formed in England in 1606 to establish colonies in America and that founded a colony in Maine in 1607.
/ˌplaɪəʊˈmɛtrɪks/ plural noun 1. (functioning as sing) a system of exercise in which the muscles are repeatedly stretched and suddenly contracted noun a type of exercise using explosive movements to develop muscular power, esp. bounding, hopping, and jumping
noun 1. a rock at Plymouth, Massachusetts, on which the Pilgrims who sailed on the Mayflower are said to have stepped ashore when they landed in America in 1620. 2. one of an American breed of medium-sized chickens, raised for meat and eggs. noun 1. a heavy American breed of domestic fowl bred for meat […]