Religious-society-of-friends



noun
1.
Society of Friends.
Society of Friends
noun
1.
a sect founded by George Fox in England about 1650, opposed to oath-taking and war.
Religious Society of Friends
noun
1.
the official name for the Quakers See Quaker

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