god-botherer

God-botherer

(ˈɡɒdˌbɒðərə)
n
(Anglicanism) informal an over-zealous Christian
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god-botherer

[ˈgɒdˌbɒðərəʳ] N (pej) → pesado/a m/f de la religión
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Which would be ironic as I'm a bit of a God-botherer myself.
As I see it, on the face of it, we have a Greek, a God-botherer, a farmer, two ivory towers teachers and a woman who increased the cost of our water as a way of making more millions for her company.
The once staunch atheist reckons he is now a bit of a God-botherer.
Baldwin, let's stress, is not the God-botherer offCelebrity Big Brother.
MONTGOMERYSHIRE MP, Wales' most eligible bachelor and, now, God-botherer, Lembit Upik, pictured, has once again been forced to defend his column in noted political journal the Daily Sport, this time in an interview with a local newspaper.
As well as his introductory article, there are pieces from a wide range of writers, including sci-fi scribe, Neal Stephenson and God-botherer, Richard Dawkins.
All of which makes you wonder how the new man found his working relationship with the God-botherer he was brought in to replace.
They arrest a local God-botherer, who is also a suspected paedophile, and Joe is quickly convinced of his guilt by the evidence they find.
Cronje owed these two a duty of care as captain, serial God-botherer and representative of what had been until lately the boss race.
After years of grumbling about Lucas being a wrong 'un, how thrilled Denise should be now he's a do-gooding God-botherer who believes in the sanctity of marriage.
swept the Taliban from power in Kabul and seemed to condemn that gang of gruesome God-botherers to the dustbin of history.
But with the risk of schism over gay priests greater than ever in the Church of England, you'd think high-ranking god-botherers would be keen to avoid controversy--especially when the Pope is known to be a staunch advocate of Matchmakers.