Origin of idolater
Examples from the Web for idolater
The youth was acquitted and was now a student of law, being no other than Shagarach's assistant and idolater, Aronson.The Incendiary|W. A. (William Augustine) Leahy
Say, God is true: follow ye therefore the religion of Abraham the orthodox; for he was no idolater.Sacred Books of the East|Various
The mass, he said, was idolatry, and according to Scripture the idolater must die.A Student's History of England, v. 2 (of 3)|Samuel R. Gardiner.
He was an idolater therefore, and it was a sin to be yoked together with such an one.The End Of The World|Edward Eggleston
Rabbi Hunnah said, "He who is proud in heart is as sinful as the idolater."
Word Origin and History for idolater
late 14c., ydolatrer "idol-worshipper," from Old French idolatre, contracted from Late Latin idololatres, from Ecclesiastical Greek eidololatres "idol-worshipper" (see idolatry).