It is claimed by China and by Europe, and the whole universe is schismatic on the subject.
Moses was but an Egyptian schismatic, Christianity is but a reformed Judaism.
It is the "schismatic" within the camp on whom some Jael falls with a hammer and a nail.
In the course of his speech he spoke of the king as a "heretic and schismatic."
When he called the King of France "heretic and schismatic" she interrupted him at once to contradict.
In Russia he had endeavored to win over the schismatic Greek.
The schismatic weakness of the theistic movement did not reach its consummation in this last division.
In 1511 he attended the schismatic council of Pisa as a theologian.
The then Caliph was foolish enough to appeal for assistance against the schismatic seditionists to his Mongol neighbours.
Isidore, St., declares that whoever does not obey Peter is a schismatic, 113.
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.