[ ri-lij-ee-ohs, -lij-ee-ohs ]
/ rɪˌlɪdʒ iˈoʊs, -ˈlɪdʒ iˌoʊs /
characterized by religiosity.
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Origin of religiose
1850–55; <Latin religiōsus;see religious
Words nearby religiose
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Example sentences from the Web for religiose
But the gloomiest feature of Socialism is a renaissance of the religiose spirit and all the disadvantages it entails.Anarchism|E. V. Zenker
Olim religiose viro Fratri Benedicto prdecessori tuo in eodem inquisitionis officio post salutem scripsisse dicimur in hc verba.A History of The Inquisition of The Middle Ages; volume II|Henry Charles Lea
British Dictionary definitions for religiose
/ (rɪˈlɪdʒɪˌəʊs) /
affectedly or extremely pious; sanctimoniously religious
Derived forms of religiosereligiosely, adverbreligiosity (rɪˌlɪdʒɪˈɒsɪtɪ), noun
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