Definition of Traditors
1. traditor [n] - See also: traditor
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Literary usage of Traditors
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of Christianity by Henry Hart Milman (1840)
"He was accused by the sterner zeal of Donatus, a Numidian bishop, of countenancing, at least, the criminal concessions of the traditors. ..."
2. The History of Christianity: From the Birth of Christ to the Abolition of by Henry Hart Milman (1840)
"... were branded with the ignominious name of traditors.* This became the The strong, the impassable, line of demarcation between the contending factions. ..."
3. The Ancient Church: Its History, Doctrine, Worship, and Constitution Traced by William Dool Killen (1859)
"... and those who thus purchased their safety were stigmatised with the odious name of traditors. Had the persecutors succeeded in burning all the copies of ..."
4. The historic evidence [&c.]. by Samuel Prideaux Tregelles (1881)
"•emperors, and thence received, amongst Christians, the designation of traditors, as though they had betrayed the word of God, just as Judas had betrayed ..."
5. A Select Library of the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian Church by Augustine, John Chrysostom, Philip Schaff (1887)
"While, therefore, the Donatists calumniate us and call us traditors, ... They give the name of traditors to men whom they were never able in times past to ..."