Disciple [noun]

Definition of Disciple:

believer, follower

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Sentence/Example of Disciple:

Traditionally the successor to the Dalai Lama has been determined by a group of disciples close to the previous holder of the title, who seek the reborn person of the Dalai Lamai after his death.

Bolling jokingly described some classical music disciples as “more royalist than the king when it comes to claiming a superiority over jazz.”

It’s yet another lesson that Marshall Allen continues to impart to his many disciples.

Members of the Azuza Street congregation believed that they had been given the same blessings as those received by the disciples of Jesus.

Perry ultimately went straight to the top in Ukraine with his energy ­evangelism — and his favored disciples.

So the other disciple, who was known unto the high priest, went out and spake unto her that kept the door, and brought in Peter.

These words of our dying Lord were addressed to the beloved disciple St. John, but were intended for all mankind.

A disciple asked him what qualities a man must possess to entitle him to be called a scholar.

Anaximenes, the disciple of Thales, pursued his master's inquiries and adopted his method.

Here I met again constantly the great sportsman who had noticed me so kindly, and I became his follower, his disciple.