Definition of Eddy, Mary Baker in English:

Eddy, Mary Baker

Syllabification: Ed·dy, Mary Baker
Pronunciation: /ˈedē
 
/
( 1821–1910), US religious leader; founder of the Christian Science movement. Long a victim of various ailments, she believed herself cured by a faith healer, Phineas Quimby ( 1802–1866), and later evolved her own system of spiritual healing.

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