Entry from US English dictionary
A member of a Hasidic community founded in the 1700s by Rabbi Shneour Zalman.
- Although some Lubavitchers were reluctant to publicly admit it, many held that their leader, Menachem Schneerson, was the messiah and they were waiting for him to reveal himself.
- After the burial, some Lubavitchers left, others continued to say Tehillim.
- His sister, he points out, is a Lubavitcher with seven children in Miami Beach.
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