irreligious

[ ir-i-lij-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF irreligious
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Father Sergius knew this common, cold, conventional, and most irreligious type.

I can be religious and irreligious,' he said; 'I can be anything or nothing.

We do not want to proclaim ourselves an irreligious or a religious people.

Yezd, who succeeded his father, was a very licentious and irreligious man.

This does not imply that it is irreligious, nor unreligious, nor sacrilegious.

An irreligious warner, Frank—no devout counselor, is Polonius.

These societies profess the most irreligious and anti-social doctrines.

Scepticism and religious questioning are, then, no sins; they are not irreligious.

The Japanese are, it is true, commonly said to be an irreligious people.

For a person who can do that to one cant be irreligious, can they?

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