unsectarian

[ sek-tair-ee-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF unsectarian
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This institution is unsectarian, and has met with special aid from non-conformists.

Religion is among its influences, but only in an unsectarian way.

He had been an early supporter of Lancaster and 'unsectarian' education.

The college is to be self-supporting, unsectarian, and non-political.

It is unsectarian, and its congregation numbers, on the average, twenty-five.

Here is something like the nucleus of a society or church, professing to be unsectarian.

The unsectarian spirit of those boys was beautiful to behold.

This unsectarian teaching should be applied to every religion.

They were soon engaged in an earnest discussion of unsectarian charities.

But now we read in that same report that Yale College is unsectarian.

WORD ORIGIN

1640s, originally applied by Presbyterians to Independents, from Medieval Latin sectarius, from secta (see sect).

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