infidel[ in-fi-dl, -del ]SEE DEFINITION OF infidel
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Already a Christian, could she hope for the success of the infidel?
His wife could not help the sudden thought, "But if we had had an infidel or agnostic son?"
Let them boast of their Moorish gallantry and their infidel marriages—a fig for them!
It represented the triumph of the Papacy over the infidel of all dates.
She must have been a bad one like her brother, who was an infidel, they say, and did not know or fear God.
"Light the infidel out of the Kasbah," he shouted to his people.
Said I was a scoffer and an infidel and didn't know anything about Scripture! '
Before he was professedly a Roman Catholic, but really an infidel.
Now, it may be the work of an infidel ministry, for infidel purposes.
She has often forgotten me—and my sons are dead, and that man is an infidel and a dog.