Definition of New Side
: of, relating to, or constituting a more liberal division among American Presbyterians resulting from a great religious awakening in the colonies beginning about 1734, favoring revivalism and employing its methods, and separating from Old Side Presbyterians in 1741 but reuniting with them in 1758
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