Origin of irreligion
Related formsir·re·li·gion·ist, noun
Examples from the Web for irreligion
No amount 64of literary acquisitions can atone for the want of a spiritual mind, for frivolity, heartlessness, and irreligion.The Young Maiden|A. B. (Artemas Bowers) Muzzey
This, in spite of the tendency toward what might be called, for the want of a more expressive word, irreligion.The Cathedrals of Southern France|Francis Miltoun
Pulci must answer for his own irreligion: I answer for the translation only.Life of Lord Byron, Vol. IV|Thomas Moore
This was the kind of irreligion that in these days excited Mrs. Gano's ire more than any other.The Open Question|Elizabeth Robins
Such is the condition to which irreligion has reduced the French working-man.