Scoffer [noun]

Definition of Scoffer:

person who does not believe in an orthodox religion

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Sentence/Example of Scoffer:

I am delighted to testify to these things, because I had formerly been a scoffer.

All creeds may be welded together, but the Puritan and the scoffer are like oil and water.

We know truth when we see it, let skeptic and scoffer say what they choose.

Said I was a scoffer and an infidel and didn't know anything about Scripture! '

It would never do for the scoffer to become a convert openly and at once.

"You are a scoffer," the other reproached him, and his rascally face was oddly grave.

It remains to say that he was not disposed, being a sceptic and a scoffer.

But I offered him my hand with a friendliness which assured him I was not a scoffer.

I come from the Chief—but I had not expected to find Simwa, the scoffer, before me.

"Who is that scoffer," said the man in gray, not without warmth.