from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who is deeply, sometimes fanatically devoted to a cause, organization, or person: "a band of true believers bonded together against all those who did not agree with them” ( Theodore Draper).
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- n. A strict follower of a religious doctrine.
- n. One who sticks to one's dogma or beliefs irrespective of the facts (see true believer syndrome).
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If iSniper can up the count on homecomings, then by God, I am a true believer in iSniper and its, whatever you call it, that 911 thing.
A short time later, far from throwing in his lot with the secessionists, the pirate king Jean Lafitte a man without a country and a smuggler and slave trader showed himself to be nevertheless a great patriot and a true believer in the American idea.
Many gain much in their worldly calling, but the profit which the true believer hath from one hour's communion with God in Christ, weigheth down all the gain of the world.
But Steve Distler was a true believer and was ready to write the checks to prove it.
But a zipper, why a zipper is the very snake at the gate of Eden, waitin" to escort a true believer into the Garden.