Definition of nonsecular in English:

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nonsecular

Pronunciation: /nänˈsekyələr/

adjective

Relating to or involving religious or spiritual matters.
Example sentences
  • After story time, the conversation turned to non-secular matters.
  • "I'm uncomfortable when non-secular and government revenue start getting a little too mixed together," he said.
  • He celebrated Christmas with a non-secular fervor.

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Syllabification: non·sec·u·lar

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