verb (used with object), sec·u·lar·ized, sec·u·lar·iz·ing.
Origin of secularize
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Contemporary Examples of secularize
And, as we all know, “this ‘war on Christmas’ is the tip of the spear in a larger battle to secularize our culture.”Sarah Palin Is Here to Save Christmas, Thank God
November 13, 2013
Historical Examples of secularize
It was intended to check the tendency to secularize benefices.
As there is nothing which the heart cannot sanctify, so is there nothing which it may not secularize.Studies of Christianity
The great measure in contemplation is to secularize the Vacoufs.Lord Lyons: A Record of British Diplomacy
Thomas Wodehouse Legh Newton
This will and power to secularize himself is perhaps Emerson's unique attribute.Hawthorne and His Circle
The Pope who shall dare to secularize a foot-breadth of land which has been gifted to the Church is by that law accursed.Pilgrimage from the Alps to the Tiber
James Aitken Wylie