apostate definition

  • noun:
    • a person who features abandoned your religious faith, a political celebration, a person's axioms, or a reason.
    • somebody who has actually renounced a religion or belief.
    • One who features forsaken the belief, axioms, or party, to which he prior to adhered; esp., person who features forsaken their faith for the next; a pervert; a renegade.
    • a person who, after having obtained sacred requests, renounces their clerical career.
    • one that is accountable of apostasy; one that has forsaken the church, sect, celebration, occupation, or viewpoint that he prior to adhered (used in reproach); a renegade; a pervert.
    • in Roman Catholic Church, a person who, without obtaining a formal dispensation, forsakes a religious purchase which he has made career. Synonyms
    • a disloyal one who betrays or deserts his cause or faith or political celebration or buddy etc.
  • adjective:
    • Guilty of apostasy.
    • Pertaining to, or described as, apostasy; faithless to ethical allegiance; renegade.
    • perhaps not faithful to religion or party or trigger
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To apostatize.
  • others:
    • Unfaithful to spiritual creed, or to ethical or political principle; traitorous to allegiance; untrue; renegade: as, “the apostate lords,” Macaulay, Hist. Eng., i.
    • To apostatize.

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