secular

[ sek-yuh-ler ]SEE DEFINITION OF secular

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SECULAR

As we have said, India is a land where the secular does not appeal.

Of course, regarding the secular advantages of the colony, we cannot speak.

Valuable modern and secular books have been added to these collections from time to time.

Boye was a gifted writer, both on secular and religious themes.

It must not, however, be supposed that New England had no secular music.

He dominated the forest, the secular gloom, the old mankind.

Freedom from sacerdotal dogma, from secular law, she has always had.

He had absolutely no desire to get mixed up with the secular police.

For a while after my reception, I proposed to betake myself to some secular calling.

But I have not a good selection of music, sacred or secular.

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nonreligious

adjectivenot religious
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