heathen[ hee-th uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF heathen
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEATHEN
It is not fitting for Christians to hold a festival in honor of a heathen god.
My opinion then, is, that he wants to be transported, if he is to turn up such a heathen as that!
The truth is that you were a lady at the Court of Clovis, and I was a heathen captive.
I asked him what were heathen lands, and he said they were countries where heathen lived.
Steadily drearier grew the ocean, flatter all the heathen lands.
Water from here to Naples, water from here to heathen lands.
For I am the start of the voyage—over the ocean to heathen lands!
Some man, however, came by chance that cave within to the heathen hoard.
It was presumed, at least, that everyone was singing a prayer for the heathen.
"If he is a Christian I prefer to be a heathen," he observed.