Idolatries [noun]

Definition of Idolatries:

the worship of idols

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Sentence/Example of Idolatries:

The prophet's admonition to the Jews in Egypt against idolatry is not regarded: he denounces to them their destruction.

Property now was no longer the object of his pursuit: but popularity became the god of his idolatry.

It is marked by great superstition and idolatry, and is mostly confined to the lower classes.

It must be acknowledged that he reclaimed nearly the whole of Asia from idolatry.

This religious homage was only gradually developed to its present full-blown idolatry.

And she had a distinct impression that he considered such things as did so as bordering on idolatry.

Her idolatry for Francois I. saved the house of the Medici from all suspicion when the dauphin was poisoned.

A king of Macassar, tired of the idolatry of his fathers, took a notion one day to leave it.

But the system of idolatry, invented by modern christianity, far surpasses in absurdity anything that we have ever heard of.

He had thrown himself into this new experience without the slightest distrust, with the rapturous idolatry of the boy he was.