noun, plural spir·it·u·al·i·ties.
Origin of spirituality
Related Words for spiritualityincorporeality, devoutness, religiosity, holiness, religiousness, piousness, spiritualty
Examples from the Web for spirituality
Contemporary Examples of spirituality
Spirituality, after all, is not as marketable as sex appeal, so maybe the media-savvy McCarthy is exposing a true vulnerability.Jenny McCarthy: I Am Not Anti-Vaccine
October 24, 2014
“Gay people have very often a heightened sensitivity to things of beauty and spirituality,” Cain suggested.Meet the Gay Priest Getting Married
March 25, 2014
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’
February 21, 2014
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
April 23, 2013
So clearly the Jesuit formation and the Jesuit spirituality has deeply influenced him.A Prominent Jesuit Talks About the Order’s First Pope
March 14, 2013
Historical Examples of spirituality
It owes to the light of the distance both its size and its spirituality.
Spirituality, how so expressed.associations countless and irresistible.
She lacked the spirituality of her predecessors, but she had gained in intellect.The Task of Social Hygiene
You can sacrifice the whole of your spirituality on their altar still.Fantasia of the Unconscious
D. H. Lawrence
But now let us turn to "spirituality" and see what that means.London Lectures of 1907
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.).