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noun as in believer

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It’s hard to imagine people treating objects of worship so casually, tossing them out rather than placing them reverentially in wall displays the way they did their ancestors’ skulls.

Founded by Melanie Few, SBGC is known for welcoming the living legends of music for a night of praise and worship.

Clinton, governing at the height of worship of the former Federal Reserve Chair Alan Greenspan and his laissez-faire vision, had to please Wall Street and the bond market.

It is unclear whether the rules would also apply to tax-exempt places of worship such as churches or nonprofit health-care organizations such as Catholic hospitals.

Known as the Rod of Iron Ministries, the group is about as extreme as it gets in their worship of the President and his policies.

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Lost co-creator and Harry Potter worshiper Damon Lindelof expected to love Deathly Hallows.

Lost co-creator and Harry Potter worshiper, Damon Lindelof, expected to love Deathly Hallows.

"Pray forgive me for the nonsense I have talked," said the hero-worshiper, clasping his hands and about to fall on his knees.

Within the twelvemonth I became her worshiper; and ours was the dearest and perfectest comradeship that ever was.

His chosen place was in the sunshine, for this bird is a sun-worshiper.

His eyes fairly danced as he observed first one absorbed worshiper, and then another, intent upon the song.

The mob, even disregarding its insatiable appetite for the improper, is a natural hero worshiper.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to worshiper, such as: churchgoer, devotee, adorer, disciple, and votary.

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