- i·dol·a·trous·ly, adverb
- i·dol·a·trous·ness, noun
- non·i·dol·a·trous, adjective
- non·i·dol·a·trous·ly, adverb
- non·i·dol·a·trous·ness, noun
- o·ver·i·dol·a·trous, adjective
- o·ver·i·dol·a·trous·ly, adverb
- o·ver·i·dol·a·trous·ness, noun
- un·i·dol·a·trous, adjective
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How to use idolatrous in a sentence
Even grounding mitzvot in morality was idolatrous, he said, because morals served human needs.
They claim worshipping at graves and shrines is un-Islamic and idolatrous and abhor the Sufi use of music and dance.Ultraconservative Salafists Destroy Sufi Landmarks in Libya | Jamie Dettmer | September 4, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
I sometimes think he loved that girl desperately, and would have made her an idolatrous husband.Checkmate | Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
Her daughter, the object of her most idolatrous love, is left fatherless and motherless in this cold world.Madame Roland, Makers of History | John S. C. Abbott
He went from a country which is called idolatrous to another idolatrous country named Sichem, in Palestine.
Never marry idolatrous women, unless they will become believers.
A Mussulman servant is better than an idolatrous woman, though of the highest rank.