noun Us·ag·er \ˈyüzijə(r)\

Definition of Usager



  1. :  a member of a party of nonjurors in the Church of England and Scottish Episcopal Church accepting the ritual usages of a Communion service published in 1718 including dilution of the Eucharistic wine, a prayer for the descent of the Holy Spirit on the consecrated elements, an oblatory prayer, and prayers for the dead

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Origin and Etymology of usager

usage + -er

First Known Use: 1788

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