Examples from the Web for heresiarch
It was also the mob who, infuriated at seeing him destroy and burn crosses, burnt the heresiarch Peter of Bruis (c. 1140).
A heresiarch,' he had written even in his Anglican days, 'should meet with no mercy.Outspoken Essays|William Ralph Inge
There was not a little art in the heresiarch's modes of speech; the less obtuse appreciated him and bade him live for ever.Demos|George Gissing
Tetzel continued to bray and fume against him from pulpit and press, denouncing him as a heresiarch, heretic, and schismatic.Luther and the Reformation:|Joseph A. Seiss
A heresiarch is the author of a heresy or the leader of a heretical party, and is thus at once a heretic and a schismatic.English Synonyms and Antonyms|James Champlin Fernald