- An apostate.
(third-person singular simple present deconverts, present participle deconverting, simple past and past participle deconverted)
- (intransitive) To undergo a deconversion from a religion, faith or belief or (transitive) to induce (someone) to reject a particular religion, faith, or belief.
- She has deconverted from Christianity, Islam, Judaism, etc.
- They tried to deconvert him.
- (intransitive) To revert or (transitive) to restore.
- To change a building that has been converted to a new use back to its original use; specifically to change a house that has been converted into apartments or flats back to a single-family dwelling.
From de- + convert