Sectarian Definition

sĕk-târē-ən
adjective
Of or characteristic of a sect.
Webster's New World
Devoted to, or prejudiced in favor of, some sect.
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Narrow-minded; limited; parochial.
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noun
An apostate from an established church.
Webster's New World
A member of any religious sect.
Webster's New World
One characterized by bigoted adherence to a factional viewpoint.
American Heritage
A person who is blindly and narrow-mindedly devoted to a sect.
Webster's New World
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Other Word Forms of Sectarian

Noun

Singular:
sectarian
Plural:
sectarians

Origin of Sectarian

  • From Medieval Latin sectarius +"Ž -an

    From Wiktionary

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