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synonyms for religionism

  • adherence
  • adoration
  • affection
  • allegiance
  • ardor
  • attachment
  • consecration
  • constancy
  • dedication
  • deference
  • devotedness
  • devoutness
  • earnestness
  • enthusiasm
  • faithfulness
  • fealty
  • fervor
  • fidelity
  • fondness
  • intensity
  • love
  • observance
  • passion
  • pietism
  • piety
  • piousness
  • religiosity
  • religiousness
  • reverence
  • sanctity
  • service
  • sincerity
  • spirituality
  • worship
  • zeal
  • devotement
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antonyms for religionism

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  • animosity
  • apathy
  • coldness
  • coolness
  • dishonesty
  • dislike
  • disloyalty
  • disregard
  • disrespect
  • enmity
  • hate
  • hatred
  • inconstancy
  • indifference
  • insincerity
  • lethargy
  • treachery
  • unsteadiness
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How to use religionism in a sentence

The austerity of his manners frightens his old father, who can little comprehend the religionism of the new school.
THE NEWCOMESWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
There was abundance of lip-worship, but little sincerity; plentiful religionism, but no godliness.
THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLEF. W. FARRAR
The whole current of the religionism of the day is against it.
THE WAY OF SALVATION IN THE LUTHERAN CHURCHG. H. GERBERDING
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