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noun as in person unsure that god exists

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Early on, the company was “fairly agnostic,” Jain says, waiting to see whether machines or people could better fact-check the world.

From Ozy

Consumers are increasingly agnostic about whether they buy online or locally.

Met’s general manager, Jeffrey Kightlinger, said the agency is “agnostic” about the project.

The sequence is device agnostic when a user is logged in through their account, which means that shifting between devices doesn’t affect that strategy, it even enhances the experience.

We take an agnostic approach to ad tech and wherever there’s commercial growth — then that’s when we’ll look to expand.

From Digiday

She is agnostic and a firm supporter for gay rights and birth control.

In general, MBAs are agnostic about how cost cutting can be achieved.

According to Pew, close to two-thirds of those who identify as atheist or agnostic are men.

For the record, I believe in God but am an agnostic about therapy.

Street savvy but compassionate, mystical but agnostic and above all, brilliantly idiosyncratic, Fly is a rambling poet of sorts.

He had by this time become what would now be called an agnostic.

For the Agnostic, no more than the Atheist, can attach no intelligible meaning to "God."

True, she said, checked for a moment, but one is not truly agnostic when ones mother has had faith.

This statement, coming from a leading agnostic, was welcome to the theologians.

A story of modern life and thought, being a study of two opposite types—the Christian and the Agnostic.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to agnostic, such as: skeptic, doubter, freethinker, materialist, and unbeliever.

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