come-outer definition

  • noun:
    • a person who abandons or withdraws from a proven religion, opinion, customized, creed, etc.
    • a person who seeks radical governmental or spiritual reform.
    • person who comes out or withdraws from a religious or other organization; a radical reformer.
    • actually, one that is released; therefore, one that abandons or emphatically dissents from an existing creed, viewpoint, customized, sect, etc.; a radical reformer, specially on spiritual doctrine or training.
    • person who abandons or withdraws from a well established religion, viewpoint, customized, creed, etc.
    • one that seeks radical political or spiritual reform.
    • person who is released or withdraws from a religious or other business; a radical reformer.
    • actually, one who arrives; hence, one that abandons or emphatically dissents from a proven creed, opinion, customized, sect, etc.; a radical reformer, especially regarding religious doctrine or rehearse.

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