Definition for PRIS-CIL'LIAN-IST


In church history, one of a sects, denominated from Priscillian, a Spaniard, bishop of Avila who practiced magic, maintained the errors of the Manichees, and held it to be lawful to make false oaths in the support of one's cause and interest. – Encyc.

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