anti–Catholic

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adjective an·ti–Cath·o·lic \ˌan-tē-ˈkath-lik, -ˈka-thə-, ˌan-tī-\

Definition of anti–Catholic

  1. :  opposed to or hostile toward the Catholic church anti-Catholic sentiment

anti–Catholicism

play \ˌan-tē-kə-ˈthä-lə-ˌsi-zəm, ˌan-tī-\ noun Bowker speculates that Orwell's “Catholic education” may have been the source of the notorious anti-Catholicism of his later writings, … — Stefan Collini

1665

First Known Use of anti–catholic

1665


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