noun. ['dɪˈsaɪpəl'] someone who believes and helps to spread the doctrine of another.
- Zen Buddhist
- discipul (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
- discipulus (Latin)
Words that Rhyme with Disciple
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A common misspelling of disciple is diciple
Example sentences of the word disciple
1. Noun, singular or mass
He even made Matthew, a former tax collector, his disciple.
He selects the disciple worthy of attaining level five, which is the position of the next lineage holder.
Quotes containing the word disciple
1. I'm a disciple of Raymond Chandler, who said in his essays that there's a quality of redemption in anything that can be called art.
- Michael Connelly
2. It is related that Sakyamuni [the historical Buddha] once dismissed as of small consequence a feat of levitation on the part of a disciple, and cried out in pity for a yogin by the river who had spent twenty years of his human existence learning to walk on water, when the ferryman might have taken him across for a small coin.
- Peter Matthiessen, The Snow Leopard
3. A disciple: I am worried about human suffering all over the world. What is the solution?Spiritual leader: The solution to our miseries lie within central atom of our being, ‘I’. Once this central atom transcends to ‘WE’, human sufferings can be resolved.
- Santosh Kalwar, Quote Me Everyday