Definition of blasphemer in English:

blasphemer

noun

  • See blaspheme

    • ‘And Paul, an apostle and leader in the church, was once ‘a blasphemer, a persecutor and a man of violence.’’
    • ‘Any time now, the gods will turn their wrath upon this blasphemer and strike him down.’
    • ‘He will also make sure every liar, blasphemer, and adulterer is punished.’
    • ‘He admits that he was once a blasphemer and a persecutor of the faith.’
    • ‘The strengthening of the sovereign's power had diminished the threat of the blasphemer to the community, and blasphemy became a private sin rather than a public menace.’

Pronunciation

blasphemer

/blasˈfiːmə/