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used in A Great and Terrible Beauty

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someone who is not civilized or not moral — typically said humorously


an offensive term for a person who does not believe in a preferred religion — especially someone who grew up in a culture that is not familiar with the religion
  • Oh, my dear, yes, caught in the woods with a heathen.
    Chapter 11 (33% in)
  • For a heathen, that is.
    Chapter 24 (14% in)

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