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use "apostate" in a sentence

One who commits apostasy is an apostate, or one who apostatizes.

The short reign of Julian the apostate was not capable to improve its situation.

Some of them were declared as apostate by wahabi/salafi/sunni Muslims.

Shaving or trimming of hair is the first of
apoplexy later that year.

According to some contemporary accounts he died from " apoplexy ", and according to others he died from " heart disease ".

He died a month later of " apoplexy " and is buried there in the Episcopal cemetery.

Last Tuesday (this day week) he was struck to the ground by a fit of apoplexy, and from that moment until the hour of his death, on Sunday evening, he never articulated.

David, the son of Martin and Dorothy/"Polly" kibler, died in 1873 of apoplexy.

Davies was found in his home, dead of apoplexy on the morning of December 8th.

The antiquated method used would give present day health safety 'experts' apoplexy! Shortly after this her husband died of apoplexy.

Then later after his statement, made at the Ottawa airport at about 8:30 p.m., before he headed to the G20, more purple-veined social-media apoplexy.

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