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ADUL'TERER, noun [Latin adulter.]

1. A man guilty of adultery; a man who has sexual commerce with any married woman, except his wife. [See Adultery.]

2. In scripture, an idolator. Ezekiel 23:37.

3. An apostate from the true faith, or one who violates his covenant engagements; a very wicked person. Jeremiah 9:2 and 23.

4. One devoted to earthly things. James 4:4.