Definition of Neopagans

1. Noun. (plural of neopagan) ¹



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Definition of Neopagans

1. neopagan [n] - See also: neopagan

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Neopagans

neonatologist
neonatologists
neonatology
neoned
neonicotinoid
neonicotinoids
neonism
neonisms
neons
neontological
neontology
neoorthodox
neoorthodoxies
neoorthodoxy
neopagan
neopagans (current term)
neopallium
neopathy
neopentane
neopentanoic acid
neopentoxy
neopentyl
neopentyl alcohol
neopentyl glycol
neopentylglycol
neopharmaphobia
neophile
neophiles
neophilia

Literary usage of Neopagans

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1. A History of English Literature by William Vaughn Moody, Robert Morss Lovett (1918)
"persons of the nineties and nineteen hundreds, in distinction from the frivolous neopagans or selfish materialists. This fact sufficiently accounts for ..."

2. French Traits: An Essay in Comparative Criticism by William Crary Brownell (1889)
"... subservient to manners ; whereas we consider these ends in themselves very often, as the Talmud does study, and the English neopagans consider dress. ..."

3. French Traits: An Essay in Comparative Criticism by William Crary Brownell (1889)
"... subservient to manners ; -whereas we consider these ends in themselves very often, as the Talmud does study, and the English neopagans consider dress. ..."

4. The Age of the Renascence: An Outline Sketch of the History of the Papacy by Paul Van Dyke (1897)
"... became the founder of the Roman Academy and the centre of the neopagans. Under the patronage of Lorenzo, the grandson of Cosimo, the Florentine Academy, ..."

5. The Revival of Aristocracy by Oscar Levy (1906)
"You see, dear Englishmen, we neopagans are not as black as you imagine, and as we paint ourselves sometimes. We could even be mistaken for Christians, ..."

6. Satan's Drummers by Sananda (1995)
"The Self-Blessing (Pagan) is one of a group of rituals conceived by a society of neopagans known as the Pagan Way. The aim of the Pagan Way is to spread the ..."

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