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secularity

[sek-yuh-lar-i-tee]
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noun, plural sec·u·lar·i·ties.
  1. secular views or beliefs; secularism.
  2. the state of being devoted to the affairs of the world; worldliness.
  3. a secular matter.

Origin of secularity

1350–1400; Middle English. See secular, -ity
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Examples from the Web for secularity

Historical Examples

  • If it were not to come, liberty would be only license and secularity and worldliness.

    Christianity and Modern Thought

    Various

  • It was that secularity was the system, rather than the substance of that secularity.

  • Into the void have entered in triumph the seven devils of Secularity.

    On Compromise

    John Morley

  • Even this nineteenth century with all its secularity, has not wholly drowned it.

  • Secularity draws the line of separation between the things of time and the things of eternity.

    The Principles Of Secularism

    George Jacob Holyoake


British Dictionary definitions for secularity

secularity

noun plural -ties
  1. the state or condition of being secular
  2. interest in or adherence to secular things
  3. a secular concern or matter
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