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devil-worshiper

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who worships a devil, a malignant deity, or an evil spirit; specifically, a member of the tribe properly called Yezidis, living in Mesopotamia, Assyria, Kurdistan, and other parts of Turkey in Asia, and noted for adding the worship of Satan to a professed belief in the Old Testament, and respect for the New Testament and the Koran.

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Examples

  • I'm tired of being called "immoral" or a "devil-worshiper" by ignorant people who think that because they are "saved" it gives them to right to behave like royalty to anyone who is not in their select group.

    TEXAS FAITH: Why are millennials dropping out? | RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

  • Is this how you dismiss criticism and hostility when you use the epitaphs of “Christ-killer,” “terrorist,” or “devil-worshiper” to address Jews, Muslims, or Wiccans, also?

    Uncia uncia (Panthera uncia) - The Panda's Thumb

  • Perhaps, in spite of his half-civilized state, he was still a devil-worshiper.

    Tom Swift and His Electric Locomotive, or, Two Miles a Minute on the Rails

  • ABC that Willingham was a devil-worshiper because he listened to heavy-metal music and had a band poster in the house.

    chicagotribune.com -

  • This is the kind of place where bored kids leave their mark on walls and fences with spray paint, a way of reminding the world that they a) exist and b) can't spell: At one point James, who's just gotten his degree in comparative literature, notes that some hapless aspiring devil-worshiper has scrawled "Satin Lives" on a wall.

    Salon

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