unbeliever

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unbeliever

a person who does not believe or withholds belief, esp in religious matters
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I would soon have beat him into courtesy,'' observed Brian; ``I am accustomed to deal with such spirits: Our Turkish you shall soon be judge; and if the purity of her complexion, and the majestic, yet soft expression of a mild blue eye, do not chase from your memory the black-tressed girls of Palestine, ay, or the houris of old Mahound's paradise, I am an infidel, and no true son of the church.
Yet, brother, take my advice, and file your tongue to a little more courtesy than your habits of predominating over infidel captives and Eastern bondsmen have accustomed you.
On the library table I noticed two of the "amusing books" which the infidel doctor had recommended.
Preparation by books had failed, owing to the doctor's infidel obstinacy.
It's THERE, and all the infidels and heretics in the world can't argue it away, any more'n they can argue God away.
With all its clap-trap side-shows and unseemly impostures of every kind, it is still grand, reverend, venerable--for a god died there; for fifteen hundred years its shrines have been wet with the tears of pilgrims from the earth's remotest confines; for more than two hundred, the most gallant knights that ever wielded sword wasted their lives away in a struggle to seize it and hold it sacred from infidel pollution.
The spirit of Grimes was upon me, and if I had had a graveyard I would have destroyed all the infidels in Jerusalem.
JuD is against all kinds of terrorism, torture and killings of Muslims by applying fatwa of the infidel.
No one has the right to call someone else an infidel, tweeted @walid_nazm.
It takes infidel bones To walk through a wreckage of idols.
The radical Sunni Muslim of ISIS believes he has a mandate from Allah to wage jihad against the infidel (anyone who is not Muslim).
Infidel Kings and Unholy Warriors: Faith, Power, and Violence in the Age of Crusade and Jihad.