belief, nonconformist, love, schismatic, separatist, sectarist, devotee, dissenter, heretic, separationist, zealot, religion, dissident, enthusiast, fanatic, votary.
enemy (part of speech: noun)
Thus it will be seen that Wanless, though in his way a profoundly religious man, was in no sense a sectary.
- "The Life of Thomas Wanless, Peasant", Alexander Johnstone Wilson.
In fact the history of no religious sectary
indicates it to be a bond of love, union, or concord.
- "Monks, Popes, and their Political Intrigues", John Alberger.
The " Lady of Christ's" who was unpopular on account of his severe chastity, was already a strict Puritan of the only sort he ever became; and the author of Paradise Lost, as all the evidence shows, was no morbid sectary
but a lover of learning and music and society.
- "Milton", John Bailey.