Sectary

Sec"ta*ry

(?), n.;
pl. Sectaries (#).
[F. sectaire. See Sect.] A sectarian; a member or adherent of a sect; a follower or disciple of some particular teacher in philosophy or religion; one who separates from an established church; a dissenter.
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I never knew that time in England when men of truest religion were not counted sectaries.
Milton.
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