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God Squad Syllabification: God Squad

Definition of God Squad in English:

noun

informal
Used to refer to evangelical Christians, typically suggesting intrusive moralizing and proselytizing.
Example sentences
  • He was into some heavy-duty stuff before he got so turned-on to being a part of the God squad.
  • Despite the God squad's predictable squawks and squeals, it was clear from the beginning that the Wednesday back page was a hit with regular folk, and not only because of the witty captions.
  • According to the God squad, we are ‘a society overwhelmed by sin’ - and judging by our growing appetite for confession, they could be right.

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