noun Wil·bur·ite \ˈwilbəˌrīt\

Definition of Wilburite



  1. :  a member of the Religious Society of Friends (Conservative) formed in the U.S. in 1845 as a protest on behalf of Inner Light against the doctrine of the Gurneyites

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Origin and Etymology of wilburite

John Wilbur †1856 American Quaker preacher + English -ite

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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