Entry from British & World English dictionary
An excommunicated person.
- They were still technically excommunicants, but the great victory at Constantinople persuaded Innocent to remove the ban.
- The Hospital and the Temple still refused to have dealings with an excommunicant.
- It introduces readers to his status as murderer and repeat offender attacking and threatening rivals, police, a notary, and many others, and to his status as knight (and then excommunicant) of the order of Malta.
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