a person who speaks irreverently of God or sacred things: The 2nd-century Christian heretic Marcion was called an open blasphemer of God and corrupter of the Scriptures.
a person who slanders or speaks evil of someone or something: Scolding everything new has long been a hobby among the retrogrades, conservatives, and blasphemers of technological progress.
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How to use blasphemer in a sentence
John Peter, son-in-law of Alexander, a horrid blasphemer and persecutor, died wretchedly.Fox's Book of Martyrs | John Foxe
They falsely declare him to be a blasphemer and seducer of the people.
Surely, the outraged divinity had started into life; it was preparing to strike down the blasphemer.The Doomsman | Van Tassel Sutphen
She shocked all the notions he sincerely entertained, and he stood awed by accusations from a blasphemer whom he dared not rebuke.Lucretia, Complete | Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Frederick the Great, being a king, was a privileged blasphemer.Prisoner for Blasphemy | G. W. [George William] Foote