heathens[ hee-th uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF heathens
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEATHENS
If they are heathens and reprobates, they have nothing to do with prayers.
The Yankees think we are heathens, and that they are the elect who are to enlighten us.
They will eventually cease to be heathens, even if they do not all become Christians.
They knew the Samaritans only as Cuthites, or heathens from Cuth.
His first feat was the slaying of a hundred heathens; then he returned to Rymenhild.
This study, therefore, the offspring of "pagans and heathens," was not even given a trial.
The ages of the Sagas and the heathens have left behind their giant traces.
Still he had no rest when he thought that the English were living and dying as heathens.
The Gentiles and heathens have occupied it more and longer than the sons of Abraham.
What can you expect of children that come from heathens and savages?