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- n. A member of a cult.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One of a school of Spanish poets who imitated the -pedantic affectation and labored elegance of Góngora y Argote, a Spanish writer (1561–1627).
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- n. a member of an unorthodox cult who generally lives outside of conventional society under the direction of a charismatic leader
- n. a member of a religious cult
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Rudnev ‘became famous’ in cultist field in Arkhangelsk.
I’m not sure why the word cultist is being thrown around.
I will say, though, that Jeffrey's recent post and this comment, are much more "anti-rational" and off-base than anything I-- the premiere "cultist" -- have written about Obama.
I'm tired of being called a cultist for the egregious act of not picking Hillary Clinton.
Interestingly, I was also called a cultist for being very firm in my belief that people have a tremendous amount of toxicity stored in their bodies and that it actually affects them.
Reagan was like every other Republican, that is, a cultist, a psychopath, a liar.
I'm still, as jeffrey would say, an enthusiastic Obama "cultist," but I have to say that I am especially proud today simply to be a Democrat.
That's what we all should be shouting from the rooftops -- well, perhaps in a more congenial way since we don't want to enforce the "cultist" theme.
You're starting to sound like some kind of cultist or something.
It's a poll, period. 9 times out of 10 we are right when we predict Obama's numbers will go up, so you can shove that idiotic "cultist" crap up your ass because we are still right and you are still wrong.
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