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unsectarian Line breaks: un|sect¦ar¦ian
Pronunciation: /ʌnsɛkˈtɛːrɪən/

Definition of unsectarian in English:


Not involving or relating to different religious sects or political groups: a consistent advocate of compulsory, free, and unsectarian education
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  • They also published an unsectarian religious paper, entitled the Western World.
  • That should not distract us from realising how unsectarian Scottish society has actually become.
  • In an unfortunate spirit of jealous rivalry, the various denominational colleges were not slow in seizing the opportunity to attack the commonwealth's unsectarian college.

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