apostate[ uh-pos-teyt, -tit ]SEE DEFINITION OF apostate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APOSTATE
And yet does not the wife of Lot appear to have been punished as an apostate?
The Gods have suspended their thunder over the head of the apostate.
An apostate from the condition of a pravajita or religious mendicant.
You ask, why do these men remain in a Church which they see to be apostate?
To such depths of servility and degradation do apostate nations fall.
In fact, he is worse than an infidel; he is an apostate Christian, or an apostate from the faith.
So there, girl, you have now the bigot from whom it comes, and the apostate to whom it goes.
Well, he was an apostate but then, you know, he meant what he was about.
He renounced Christianity and is known in history as Julian the Apostate.
They were followers of the crucified Nazarene, of the apostate Saul.