religiousness[ ri-lij-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF religiousness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RELIGIOUSNESS
The bitterness of her tongue kept pace with her show of religiousness.
Yet, outwardly, all feign decency, religiousness and morality.
First among his moral attributes must be placed his religiousness.
How plainly it tells of religiousness and perhaps of fanaticism!
But our esteem for facts has not neutralized in us all religiousness.
There is a great deal of so-called religious exercise and activity, attempts to produce more "religiousness," as it is termed.
Religiousness begins with self-renunciation, ends with completed criticism.
The initiate lives in an atmosphere charged with religiousness, and it is as though he were impregnated with it himself.
Religiousness may be at times but a cloak for moral laxity, and to some rite is more than right.
You might have rested satisfied with the outward display of Religiousness, without the fruits of true Religion.