[spir-i-choo-uh l-tee]

noun, plural spir·it·u·al·ties.

Often spiritualties. ecclesiastical property or revenue.
the body of ecclesiastics; the clergy.

Origin of spiritualty

1350–1400; Middle English spiritualte < Middle French < Medieval Latin spīrituālitās; see spirituality
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Related Words for spiritualty

devoutness, religiosity, holiness, religiousness, piousness

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British Dictionary definitions for spiritualty


noun plural -ties archaic

the clergy collectively
another word for spirituality
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