from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who profanes, or who by words or actions treats sacred things with irreverence; a user of profane language.
- noun A polluter; a defiler.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who treats sacred things with irreverence, or defiles what is holy; one who uses profane language.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun One who
profanes. A person who desecratesor defiles.
comparativeform of profane: more profane
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Hopefully, my inner profaner will be back at some propitious time.
Her claim to fame is that she is a potty mouthed profaner of God.
Ricci, the General of the Jesuits, or Robespierre, the profaner of the sanctuary, Napoleon or Vautrin.
His own image started forth a profaner of the cloister,
Picton expressed his admiration in stronger and profaner language.
General of the Jesuits, or Robespierre, the profaner of the sanctuary,
Their shoes are high and of many soles, the outside whereof of the profaner sort are plated over with a lift of silver, which is fastened with small nails with broad silver heads.
Miss Prissy, turning out all profaner persons from the apartment, held
At that moment he appeared to himself in the light of a profaner, although he was obeying generous and humane instincts.
"Where are you going, unhappy profaner of ecclesiastical psalmody?"