apostate

one who abandons long-held religious or political convictions 
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apostate

[adj] - not faithful to religion or party or cause
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Apostate

A·pos'tate noun [ Latin apostata , Greek ..., from .... See Apostasy .] 1. One who has forsaken the faith, principles, or party, to which he before adhered; esp., one who has forsaken his religion for another; a pervert; a renegade. 2. (R. C. Ch.) One who, after ha...
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Apostate

A·pos'tate adjective Pertaining to, or characterized by, apostasy; faithless to moral allegiance; renegade. « So spake the apostate angel. Milton. » « A wretched and apostate state. Steele. »
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Apostate

A·pos'tate intransitive verb [ Latin apostatare .] To apostatize. [ Obsolete] « We are not of them which apostate from Christ. Bp. Hall. »
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apostate

adjective not faithful to religion or party or cause
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apostate

renegade 1 turncoat noun a disloyal person who betrays or deserts his cause or religion or political party or friend etc.
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Apostate

• (n.) One who, after having received sacred orders, renounces his clerical profession. • (n.) One who has forsaken the faith, principles, or party, to which he before adhered; esp., one who has forsaken his religion for another; a pervert; a renegade. • (a.) Pertaining to, or characterized by, apostasy; faithless to moral allegiance...
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apostate

not faithful to religion or party or cause
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apostate

not faithful to religion or party or cause
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