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Hogan said the 25-person limit will not affect religious organizations, which have been operating under a 250-person cap.

The story noted that the bombing had taken place on April 19 — the second anniversary of the deadly assault by federal authorities on the Waco, Texas, compound of a religious cult known as the Branch Davidians.

He has built alliances with immigration hard-liners and religious conservatives, and made the media a constant foil as much as his Democratic rivals.

Zwiebel’s organization is the lead plaintiff in a lawsuit that claims the governor’s order violates constitutionally protected religious rights.

Conspiracy theories usually take years to spread through society, with the promotion of key political, media, and religious figures.

There is a great deal of so-called religious exercise and activity, attempts to produce more "religiousness," as it is termed.

They view it as a regrettable failing, perhaps, and glowingly point to the doer's lavish religiousness in return.

Nor did those unadorned walls form a centre of asceticism and gloomy religiousness in the cheerful little town.

Indeed, they often boast of their religiousness, and avow their full equality in this with the church of God itself!

His religion, strictly defined, is an ineradicable belief in his own religiousness.


On this page you'll find 64 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to religiousness, such as: adherence, adoration, affection, allegiance, ardor, and attachment.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.