idolater

[ahy-dol-uh-ter]
noun
1.
Also, idolist [ahyd-l-ist] . a worshiper of idols.
2.
a person who is an immoderate admirer; devotee.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English idolatrer, equivalent to idolatr(ie) idolatry + -er -er2; -rer > -er by dissimilation

self-idolater, noun
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idolatry (aɪˈdɒlətrɪ)
 
n
1.  the worship of idols
2.  great devotion or reverence
 
i'dolater
 
n
 
i'dolatress
 
fem n
 
i'dolatrous
 
adj
 
i'dolatrously
 
adv
 
i'dolatrousness
 
n

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She was first baptized, for she had been brought up an idolater.
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