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change money given in smaller denominations as the equivalent of a bill of a higher denomination. [1/18 definitions]
church the congregation or membership of a religious denomination or sect. [3/6 definitions]
congregationalism (cap.) the religious beliefs or doctrines of a Protestant denomination in which each member church is self-governing. [1/2 definitions]
denominational of, relating to, or controlled by a religious denomination; sectarian.
joker in a deck of playing cards, a card, usu. one of two such, that has no suit or denomination, is used as a wild card in certain games, and usu. bears a picture of a court jester. [1/4 definitions]
Methodist a member of a Protestant Christian religious denomination developed from the teachings of John Wesley in the early eighteenth century. [1/3 definitions]
money of account a monetary denomination or unit used in keeping accounts, esp. one that does not correspond to actual paper money or coin, such as the U.S. mill.
nonsectarian not restricted to or associated with a particular religious denomination.
postage stamp a small, usu. gummed label bearing a money denomination, and often a picture, that is issued and affixed to mail, indicating that payment of postage has been made.
sect any group, esp. a religious group such as a denomination, that is united by a common belief, ritual, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
small change coins of small denomination. [1/2 definitions]
synod an assembly of the officers of a given church or denomination for the discussion of church affairs; ecclesiastical council. [1/2 definitions]
Unitarian a member of a Christian denomination that holds the belief that God is one being, rejects the idea of the Trinity, and emphasizes religious freedom.
United Church of Christ a Protestant denomination created by a merger of the Congregational Christian Church and the Evangelical and Reformed Church in 1957.