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- n. Alternative spelling of worshipper.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who worships; one who pays divine honors to any being or thing; one who adores.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who worships; especially, one who pays divine honors to any being; an adorer.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who admires too much to recognize faults
- n. a person who has religious faith
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So a repug sky fairy worshiper is your source of original intent of the constitution?
It does not exist in reality but Max will fight against them (yeah there are more than one) — The Bald Guy is Jack Lupino (remember the psycho satan worshiper from the first game?) — The song is "If I was your Vampire" by Marilyn Manson but with the vocals removed —
A. Pontius Pilate was a pagan; that is, a worshiper of false gods.
C.llege classmates called Dr. James C. Dangel a "word worshiper, '' and colleagues at MetroWest
Yes, she was an incorrigible hero-worshiper, whether the person was merely beautiful or did things.
A worshiper receives Communion at St. Barbara Church during a Mass given by the Vatican's representative in the country.
Acts reports: A certain woman named Lydia, a worshiper of God [that is, a Jew], was listening to us; she was from the city of Thyatira and a dealer in purple cloth.
In the back, Father Luke Awad in black bends over as he speaks to a worshiper.
Sheikh Adel El Sayed, deputy Ansar Al Sunna Salafi Organization in Egypt, said that it is true that fasting is between God and the worshiper and God will reward or punish those who fast or choose not to fast.
When we have the old priest from Insurgentes, a blind worshiper would notice the difference just by the lilac and rose scents the señoras wear; it follows me home, I carry it in my hair, on my clothes.