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  • Is there no other way of looking at the heathen world than that? Cited from Expositions of Holy Scripture, by Alexander Maclaren
  • They stood looking at them as one would at a heathen god. Cited from The Loom of Youth, by Alec Waugh
  • You and I want just the same as these old heathens there wanted. Cited from Expositions of Holy Scripture, by Alexander Maclaren
  • Then there were heathens who in this life rose very high in knowledge and character. Cited from Love's Final Victory, by Horatio
  • The site of the present church may once have been occupied by a heathen temple.
  • The heathen Greek artist directed his whole attention to the material part of man. Cited from Usury, by Calvin Elliott
  • Any one would think you were brought up a heathen! Cited from Dotty Dimple's Flyaway, by Sophie May
  • The poor heathens on the north side eat them, and think them very sweet. Cited from The Coral Island, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • Never again in his British career would he score less than four for the Heathens.
  • Yes, the heathens did give their children names; some of them give their children names still. Cited from Sermons for the Times, by Charles Kingsley
  • It is quite as well, perhaps, as those heathens are poor company for the young. Cited from Sant' Ilario, by F. Marion Crawford
  • Then all the heathens that were round about them, sought to destroy them. Cited from The Bible, Douay-Rheims, 1 Machabees Book 45
  • Before the Christian era there may have been a heathen temple here.
  • For what does St. Paul say was the matter with the old heathens? Cited from Sermons for the Times, by Charles Kingsley
  • She will tell me that this is just what she expected from my going out riding in this heathen land. Cited from The Man of the Desert, by Grace Livingston Hill
  • In these days there is, with some, less religion than ever the old heathen possessed. Cited from The Life of Duty, v. 2, by H. J. Wilmot-Buxton
  • Strong measures certainly had been taken to make a heathen of him. Cited from The Aztec Treasure-House, by Thomas Allibone Janvier
  • And she had to die out in that heathen land; he too. Cited from A Little Girl in Old Salem, by Amanda Minnie Douglas
  • These were all heathen, as were many others: some powerful, and others not so powerful. Cited from Sagas of Olaf Tryggvason and of Harald The Tyrant, by Snorri Sturluson
  • All this was taught by the old heathen philosopher more than two thousand years ago. Cited from What is Darwinism?, by Charles Hodge
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Meaning of heathen

  • noun A person who does not acknowledge your god