Synonym: skeptic, unbeliever. Similar words: confide, confident, fidelity, confidence, infinite, bona fide, infirmity, diffident. Meaning: ['ɪnfɪdəl] n. a person who does not acknowledge your god.
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1 He lived among infidels/the infidel.
2 He promised to continue the fight against infidel forces.
3 The infidels defiled the holy shrine.
4 Do you take me for a fool infidel?
5 Stay away from my lands infidel,[www.Sentencedict.com] stay away.
6 So, my Muslim son has become an infidel!
7 You have not seen the last of me, infidel.
8 Al Jazeera television broadcast a purported audio tape by al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden's deputy Ayman al-Zawahri, vowing to defeat the "infidel" United States.
9 One of the teens who visited Philadelphia this spring, Haidary told the Inquirer, "My grandmother prayed that I wouldn't go ... because I'd be a lonely girl in a kafir [infidel] city.
10 Federalist opponents of Thomas Jefferson spread rumors that he was an "infidel" during his first presidential election.
11 To kill an infidel is not murder. It is the path to heaven.
12 To kill an infidel, the pope has said, is not murder.
13 You are weak infidel; my forces will ultimately bring you to your knees.
14 He's a subversive infidel rebellious alike against his God and his king.
15 Bow before your god, infidel. I am the Master here.
16 He had some letters, and was ingenious, but he was an infidel.
17 Contrary to Bush, Obama is difficult to portray as an American infidel.
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