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schismatic

late 14c. (n.); mid-15c. (adj.), from Old French scismatique (Modern French schismatique), from Church Latin schismaticus, from Greek skhismatikos, from schisma (see schism). Used also as a noun in Old French and Late Latin. Related: Schismatical; schismatically.

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Definitions of schismatic

schismatic (adj.)
of or relating to or involved in or characteristic of schism;
schismatic sects
Synonyms: schismatical
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