Conventicling


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Con`ven´ti`cling


a.1.Belonging or going to, or resembling, a conventicle.
Conventicling schools . . . set up and taught secretly by fanatics.
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And their obedience could surprisingly quickly move in to species of nonconformity--supporting clerics who fell afoul of the bishops, undertaking petitioning, even participating in informal conventicling.