It is in fact hard to say why he should have been a blasphemer.
He who questions it would be a blasphemer were he not a fool.
Josè knew, as he listened, that his own Church would hold this man a blasphemer.
A mob was in her wake, jeering and shouting, "blasphemer and heretic!"
I shall be hateful to all men, and Thy priests themselves will declare, 'He is a blasphemer!'
In the village a shoemaker dies, who was an atheist and blasphemer.
Denouncing Him as a blasphemer, they were themselves blasphemers.
Would a blasphemer have spent years of study in learning the Sacred Book.
For the second offense the blasphemer was to be stigmatized in the forehead with the letter B and the fine was doubled.
The doctor pleads the blasphemer's cause, and the doctor breaks his leg.
mid-14c., from Old French blasfemer "to blaspheme" (14c., Modern French blasphémer), from Church Latin blasphemare (also in Late Latin "revile, reproach"), from Greek blasphemein "to speak lightly or amiss of sacred things, to slander," from blasphemos "evil-speaking" (see blasphemy). A reintroduction after the original word had been worn down and sense-shifted to blame. Related: Blasphemed; blaspheming.