Definition of unspiritual in English:

unspiritual

Line breaks: un|spir¦it¦ual
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈspɪrɪtʃʊəl
 
, -tjʊəl/

adjective

Not spiritual; worldly: the clergymen were deplorably unspiritual
More example sentences
  • So that's where I am, that's why this blog has become decidedly unspiritual after a few months of frantic spiritual searching.
  • On the other hand, ‘bitter envy and selfish ambition’ does not come from above, ‘but is earthly, unspiritual, devilish’.
  • Communalism implies an unspiritual and irreligious alliance between the religious and political establishments that flouts every spiritual value that we cherish.

Derivatives

unspirituality

Pronunciation: /-ʊˈalɪti/
noun
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  • We, too, need to see the contradiction between our claims of piety and the evidence of unspirituality in our lives.
  • What if discontent, far from being evidence of unspirituality, was actually proof that we are spiritually alive?
  • Then they had persecuted, cast out, or killed those who, seeking to make the spiritual and heavenly paramount, had rebuked their shortsightedness and condemned their unspirituality.

unspiritually

adverb
More example sentences
  • I lived unspiritually for a long time, and I had lost touch with the different areas of my life.
  • But the unspiritually minded may be too caught up in the material things of this world to exercise such discernment.
  • A mystique and aura surround the leader and people find it hard to believe that they have sex, get angry, think unclean thoughts, and occasionally think unspiritually.

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