heathen


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Synonyms for heathen

Synonyms for heathen

a person who does not acknowledge your god

not acknowledging the God of Christianity and Judaism and Islam

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There the monks and priests lived, and from them as centers they traveled out in all directions teaching the heathen.
The little children of whom we have heard, those born under Syrian skies, have strange and interesting work to do for Thee, and some of us would like to travel in far lands and do wonderful brave things for the heathen and gently take away their idols of wood and stone.
To which Don Quixote made answer: "The tombs of the heathens were generally sumptuous temples; the ashes of Julius Caesar's body were placed on the top of a stone pyramid of vast size, which they now call in Rome Saint Peter's needle.
There was the old Dido, she put in here about two years ago, and sent one watch off on liberty; they never were heard of again for a week--the natives swore they didn't know where they were--and only three of them ever got back to the ship again, and one with his face damaged for life, for the cursed heathens tattooed a broad patch clean across his figure-head.
The images are being shown at a Los Angeles exhibition from celebrity photographer Markus Klinko, who created the cover for Bowie's 2002 album Heathen and directed the music video for his 2013 song Valentine's Day.
The images are being shown at an exhibition from celebrity photographer Markus Klinko, who created the cover for the rock legend's 2002 album Heathen and directed the video for his 2013 song Valentine's Day.
In time both heathen and pagan also took on the meaning "a person having no religion.
James: because my soul called out for pilgrimage, a journey to a Heathen (4) holy land.
Pattiann Rogers's poems in Holy Heathen Rhapsody inspire a feeling of transcendence in using language to create a riotous sense of abandon and a joyous pleasure upon experiencing blooming, burgeoning nature at all sides.
We still tend to use the word heathen or pagan for non-Christians.
Situated between the Mount of Olives and the Mount of Contempt, it is also known as the Valley of Jehoshaphat where, according to the Book of Joel, the Almighty will sit on resurrection day "to judge all the heathen round about".
It can fill soft heathen bodies with burning metal,
Journalists on opposite sides of the political spectrum see each other in the same way -- heathen, unclean, always wrong.
The "Great Heathen Army" of Ivar the Boneless was one of many Viking bands that terrorized Europe.
Down: 1 Statecraft, 2 Great, 3 Chef, 4 Billet, 5 Bludgeon, 6 Heathen, 11 Retirement, 13 Evenness, 14 Cornice, 16 Cruise, 17 Worth , 20 Idol.