Another word for religious
Pertaining to religion
sacred, spiritual, holy, divine, theological, ethical, moral, ecclesiastical, clerical, canonical, supernatural, sacrosanct, churchly, liturgical, theistic, deistic, monotheistic, polytheistic, pantheistic, sacerdotal, priestly, pontifical, ministerial.
Adhering to a religion
devout, pious, godly, sanctimonious, pietistic, God-fearing, orthodox, puritanical, reverent, reverential, believing, faithful, spiritual-minded, observant, practicing, church-going, evangelistic, born-again, revivalistic, fanatic, unworldly; see also Christian, holy 2.
religious stresses faith in a particular religion and constant adherence to its tenets to lead a religious life; devout implies sincere, worshipful devotion to one's faith or religion; pious suggests scrupulous adherence to the forms of one's religion but may, in derogatory usage, connote hypocrisy the pious burghers who defraud their tenants; sanctimonious in current usage implies a hypocritical pretense of piety or devoutness and often connotes smugness or haughtiness his sanctimonious disapproval of dancing
Another word for religiousadjective
Deeply concerned with God and the beliefs and practice of religion:devotional, devout, godly, holy, pietistic, pietistical, pious, prayerful, saintly. See religion
In the service or worship of God or a god:divine, holy, sacred. See religion
Of or relating to a church or to an established religion:church, churchly, ecclesiastical, spiritual. See religion