noun, plural spir·it·u·al·i·ties.
- spiritual bouquet,
- spiritual incest,
Origin of spirituality
Examples from the Web for spirituality
Spirituality, after all, is not as marketable as sex appeal, so maybe the media-savvy McCarthy is exposing a true vulnerability.
He went, and the experience “launched me into a lifelong passion for spirituality, meditation, and contemplation,” he said.At American Enterprise Institute, NeoCons Say ‘Hello, Dalai’|Eleanor Clift|February 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Broken Open by Elizabeth Lesser I have searched for spirituality in different venues for half a century.Isabel Allende’s Book Bag: 5 Books That Influenced Me|Isabel Allende|April 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
So clearly the Jesuit formation and the Jesuit spirituality has deeply influenced him.
His Jesuit background and his Jesuit spirituality have to be enormously influential.
Moreover, the ability to perform miracles is but a function of spirituality.
We burned foreign cloth without a scruple, and the spirituality of the movement did not receive a shock when we burned them.Freedom Through Disobedience|C. R. (Chittaranjan) Das
It depends entirely on the spirituality or spiritual capacity of each individual to what extent he knows God and God's ways.Notes on Islam|Ahmed Hussain
I have restored his worship in purity and spirituality upon earth.Sermons of Christmas Evans|Joseph Cross
When spirituality ceases to be real or vital to a people, then a grave danger threatens them.
noun plural -ties
early 15c., from Middle French spiritualite, from Late Latin spiritualitatem (nominative spiritualitas), from Latin spiritualis (see spiritual). An earlier form was spiritualty (late 14c.).