1 I'm the town badman, Mrs. Kennicott: town atheist, and I suppose I must be an anarchist, too.
2 He had heard some say that the old professor was an atheist freemason.
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3 "I have been an atheist," answered Pierre.
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4 Besides, he was an atheist, like all the rest of those people.
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5 Tom closed his eyes, and shuddered at the dark, atheistic words.
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6 The atheistic taunts of his cruel master sunk his before dejected soul to the lowest ebb; and, though the hand of faith still held to the eternal rock, it was a numb, despairing grasp.
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7 There are, as we know, powerful and illustrious atheists.
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