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M. Combes is a sectary, a renegade seminarist given over to Freemasonry.
THE WAR UPON RELIGIONREV. FRANCIS A. CUNNINGHAM
Do we find that He assumed the tone of an enthusiast or ambitious sectary?
In fact the history of no religious sectary indicates it to be a bond of love, union, or concord.
At first he was regarded by his "pastors and masters" as a mere wilful, noisy, praying sectary.
MYSTIC LONDON:CHARLES MAURICE DAVIES
Lambert was a poor sectary, of whom he determined to make an example.
He appears on the stage as a sectary, and plays his part with resolute energy.
FROM THE EASY CHAIR, VOL. 1GEORGE WILLIAM CURTIS
He is the like sectary in arms, as the Platonic is in love, keeps a fluttering in discourse, but proves a haggard in the action.
In the absence of overt acts it was difficult to reach the secret thoughts of the sectary.
If we really thought he came hither as a man and not a sectary, for instance, it were pity of our life.
FROM THE EASY CHAIR, VOL. 1GEORGE WILLIAM CURTIS
No wonder, thought I, that the doctor called Mr. Gerard a sectary, and that Mr. Long was so cold and distant in his manner!

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