Also i·dol·ist [ahyd-l-ist]. /ˈaɪd l ɪst/. a worshiper of idols.
a person who is an immoderate admirer; devotee.
- self-i·dol·a·ter, noun
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How to use idolater in a sentence
Whoever praises Luther is a worse sinner than an idolater, perjurer, or thief.Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians | Martin Luther
And woe be to him who drives this confiding idolater back upon her technical obligations!Beacon Lights of History, Volume VII | John Lord
I have eaten him,' replied this wretched idolater, with a kind of ferocious and satisfied pride.A Romance of the West Indies | Eugne Sue
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
Him, this young idolater, I have seasoned for thee, dear gentle Sister of Sighs!