[ spir-i-choo-al-i-tee ]
/ 藢sp瑟r 瑟 t蕛u藞忙l 瑟 ti /
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noun, plural spir路it路u路al路i路ties.
the quality or fact of being spiritual: Life in modern society is all work and no spirituality.
incorporeal or immaterial nature.
predominantly spiritual character as shown in thought, life, etc.; spiritual tendency or tone.
Often spiritualities. property or revenue of the church or of an ecclesiastic in their official capacity.
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Origin of spirituality

First recorded in 1375鈥1425; late Middle English from Medieval Latin sp墨ritu膩lit膩s; see spiritual, -ity

OTHER WORDS FROM spirituality

non路spir路it路u路al路i路ty, nounsu路per路spir路it路u路al路i路ty, nounun路spir路i路tu路al路i路ty, noun
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How to use spirituality in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for spirituality

/ (藢sp瑟r瑟tj蕣藞忙l瑟t瑟) /

noun plural -ties
the state or quality of being dedicated to God, religion, or spiritual things or values, esp as contrasted with material or temporal ones
the condition or quality of being spiritual
a distinctive approach to religion or prayerthe spirituality of the desert Fathers
(often plural) Church property or revenue or a Church benefice
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