Plato, though he was but an idolater, has testified to the real existence of ideas.
Paphnutius, considering Cotta as nothing but an idolater, did not deign to reply.
I can drop on my knees and become as good an idolater as that scoundrel of a Sharp.
Pomare was still an idolater when many of his subjects had been converted.
Verily I have become quite as much of an idolater as any of these.
His fathers had been idolaters, and he had been brought up an idolater.
The mass, he said, was idolatry, and according to Scripture the idolater must die.
And he is interpretatively an idolater, and actually persuadeth others to be so.
One thing is to be said in favour of Saul—he was no idolater.
Hainn was by birth a Circassian, and by religion an idolater.