recusant[ rek-yuh-zuh nt, ri-kyoo-zuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF recusant
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I bethink me—a Papist priest—a recusant—who was for some time an inmate of the hall.
Its object is not the moral education of the recusant individuals.
Never before had a recusant daughter braved her to her face.
The recusant was one Walter Simpson, the Vulcan of the parish.
And then he added, "The Council will not find, at all events, that I am recusant."
He was summoned to the bar of the House as a Popish recusant.
Then better off than he were savages, who could destroy their recusant idols.
The recusant States must be whipped back into submission to the autocrats that would direct their affairs.
The recusant children ranged themselves before the teacher, who seemed to think she had now quenched the rebellion.
The disappointed emperor could only complain to the Pope, and the Pope put the recusant psalmodists in prison.
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