Definition of nonspiritual in English:

nonspiritual

Syllabification: non·spir·it·u·al
Pronunciation: /ˌnänˈspiriCHo͞o(ə)l
 
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adjective

Not associated with or interested in religious or spiritual matters: nonspiritual pursuits for a man who claimed that he was nonspiritual, he was very interested in the world of consciousness
More example sentences
  • If I am "spiritual but not religious," can I face a decidedly non-spiritual world with the virtues that attracted me to spiritual life to begin with?
  • Agnostic and "non-spiritual" students are often ambivalent towards their own status, having learned that it is better not to cause waves than to openly "choose a side."
  • A variety of businesses catered to the nonspiritual needs of the vast numbers of pilgrims swarming to Ise.

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