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areligious

Line breaks: areli|gious
Pronunciation: /eɪrɪˈlɪdʒəs
 
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Definition of areligious in English:

adjective

Not influenced by or practising religion: areligious rationalism was the prevalent trend
More example sentences
  • Spiritualism embraces all religions, really it is areligious.
  • One of the things that has always interested me very much is the fact that I am totally areligious and yet I cannot get rid of religion,’ says Nagarkar.
  • In Alien, their belief in God - an areligious one, though Christian iconography is scattered throughout the set design - does not save the prisoners who put the most faith in it.

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