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apostate
used in The Hunchback of Notre Dame

4 uses
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Definition
someone who abandoned their religion

or:

someone not faithful to a cause or a friend
  • And you will not have the apostate!
    2.11.1 — Vol 2 Bk 11 Chpt 1 — The Little Shoe (36% in)
  • Thus, beginning with the fifteenth century, where our story finds us, Paris had already outgrown the three concentric circles of walls which, from the time of Julian the Apostate, existed, so to speak, in germ in the Grand-Châtelet and the Petit-Châtelet.
    1.3.2 — Vol 1 Bk 3 Chpt 2 — A Bird's-Eye View of Paris (8% in)
  • At the head of the Pont aux Changeurs, behind which one beheld the Seine foaming beneath the wheels of the Pont aux Meuniers, there was the Chalelet, no longer a Roman tower, as under Julian the Apostate, but a feudal tower of the thirteenth century, and of a stone so hard that the pickaxe could not break away so much as the thickness of the fist in a space of three hours; there was the rich square bell tower of SaintJacques de la Boucherie, with its angles all frothing with carvings,...
    1.3.2 — Vol 1 Bk 3 Chpt 2 — A Bird's-Eye View of Paris (62% in)
  • You must die, my beauty, or be mine! belong to the priest! belong to the apostate! belong to the assassin! this very night, do you hear?
    2.11.1 — Vol 2 Bk 11 Chpt 1 — The Little Shoe (40% in)

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