An*ti*christ \ ˈan-tē-ˌkrīst \ -ˌtī- \
before 12th century{ds||1||}
  • one who denies or opposes Christ; specifically : a great antagonist expected to fill the world with wickedness but to be conquered forever by Christ at his second coming
  • —used in an exaggerated way to describe a person regarded as a powerful and malevolent adversary—usually used with the
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