Origin of religiosity
OTHER WORDS FROM religiosityan·ti·re·lig·i·os·i·ty, nouno·ver·re·li·gi·os·i·ty, noun
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Europeans are often mystified at the religiosity of Americans.Why Is American Politics So Religious and Divisive?|Jordan Michael Smith|March 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But in South Africa, the transition is even more dramatic because the growth of religiosity has been even more dramatic.
Bennett is genteel, an elite solider, someone who is as comfortable with secularism as he is with his religiosity.
But Cain wrapped himself in every sartorial cliché about authority, pecking order, and religiosity.
"Religiosity can certainly affect our sexuality," Levkoff says.
He trusted more to his religiosity and persuasive capabilities than to the power of the law.The Bishop's Secret|Fergus Hume
Lynching seems often to be due to puritanical fervor, and is compatible with a type of religiosity.The Soul of John Brown|Stephen Graham
A fescennine temperament is too often allied with religiosity.Masques & Phases|Robert Ross
These people are solemn warnings—danger-signals on the broad paths of religiosity, which, remember, are very easy walking.Diana Tempest, Volume II (of 3)|Mary Cholmondeley
Sooth to say, this mixture of religiosity and passion presents an aspect both disproportionate and pathetic.Juliette Drouet's Love-Letters to Victor Hugo|Louis Guimbaud