Sect in a sentence

Definition of Sect

a group  with their own  set of beliefs and practices, within or separated from a larger religious group

Use Sect in a sentence

On this day, followers of the Shi’ite sect commemorate the rueful events of the death of Hussein and his followers.

The radical Islamist sect Boko Haram claimed responsibility for the suicide attacks in the cities of Zaria and Kaduna.

The area is populated mostly by Christians and Druse, a minority sect.

Terror has no religion, sect, or nationality. A threat to all of us – must face it together.

This is a violent group that began as fairly small sect in the northeast of Nigeria, very remote state, but has expanded its tactics, its targets.

The sect is blamed for killing more than 760 people this year alone, according to an Associated Press count.

The sect is the biggest threat to stability in Africa’s biggest oil exporter.

It is a Christian sect led by a charismatic Korean pastor named David Jang.

The officials say they don’t discriminate on the basis of sect.

Members of this Christian sect, who first settled in the United States in the 19th century, shun personal gain and pour their efforts into a well-oiled collective enterprise.