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excommunicators

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  • n. Plural form of excommunicator.

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Examples

  • Yes, they are censors and excommunicators of heretics to their beliefs.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Generally speaking however, the difference between the Jewish “excommunicators” of yesterday and those of today consists in this: the former emerged from conflict and class struggle between Jews and Jews; today’s excommunicators are insignificant cogs in the machinery with which the wielders of power of our country, seeking to save their dynasty of dollars, try to turn back the wheel of history.

    How Hasidim Became the Enemies of Progress | Jewschool

  • I wonder that then they consulted about these matters, when we neither had men to be excommunicated, nor fit excommunicators; for scarcely a thirtieth part of the people did understand or approve of the reformed religion.”

    John Knox and the Reformation

  • I wonder that then they consulted about these matters, when we neither had men to be excommunicated, nor fit excommunicators; for scarcely a thirtieth part of the people did understand or approve of the reformed religion. "

    John Knox and the Reformation

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