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multifaith

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Pronunciation: /ˈmʌltifeɪθ/

Definition of multifaith in English:

adjective

Involving or characterized by a variety of religions: the multifaith approach aims to develop an attitude of tolerance
More example sentences
  • Some advocate a multi-faith approach to religion.
  • Whilst children in state schools are now taught more about different religions through multi-faith classes, there is barely any mixing between the cultures, the review states.
  • It is now a multi-faith spiritual retreat, hailed as ‘The Yoga Capital of the World’, as well as a Hindu sanctuary.

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