Religious Synonyms and Antonyms
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Synonyms for Religious
(Obs.) Full of faith, esp. religious faith
Having or showing religious devotion; zealous in the performance of religious obligations
The definition of theological is something related to the study of religion.
Showing or caused by reverence Pertaining to pietism, especially that associated with Luther and his followers; excessively pious.
The definition of sacred is something related to religion or something treated with great respect.
Characterized by belief in the divine authority of the priesthood
Not of this world; spiritual or supernatural:
Of, characterized by, or attentive to tiny details; exact; precise
Having great reverence for God; pious.
Characteristic of or suitable for a priest.
Marked by, feeling, or expressing reverence.
Pretending to be holy or pious; affecting sanctity
Of or relating to a deity.
Pertaining to the Evangelical school.
Divine means relating to God or extremely good.
Having to do with ethics or morality; of or conforming to moral standards
The definition of clerical is something related to performing routine work in an office or something related to clergy (priests).
(Religion) In conformity with canon law.
Using or used in liturgy.
(Law) Of, relating to, or being a mandatory act or duty admitting of no personal discretion or judgment in its performance.
Of or pertaining to Orthodox Judaism.
Precise in observance of legal or religious requirements; strict; overscrupulous; rigid; "” often used by way of reproach or contempt.
Having or showing keen perceptiveness; perceptive:
The definition of methodical is a person who pays very careful attention to detail and who does things in a precise manner or following a procedure.
The definition of ecclesiastical is something derived from or related to the Christian church.
The definition of monotheistic is something that relates to the belief that there is only one God.
Of or relating to evangelical Christianity:
Characterized by accurate measurements or inferences with small margins of error; not approximate:
Acting in a just, upright manner; doing what is right; virtuous
The definition of scrupulous is someone who is detailed and precise, or someone who is aware of the right thing to do.
Having a strong or substantial construction or constitution:
Carefully maintained or observed:
Given to frequent praying; devout
Of, relating to, resembling, or befitting a saint.
Having to do with organized Christian worship
The definition of devout is dedicated to religion or sincere.
Antonyms for Religious
The definition of indolent is lazy or disinterested in working, or inactive or painless.
Of, relating to, or devoted to the material world, especially in contrast to spiritual concerns.
nonbelieving Not a believer; in particular, not a member of a specific religious group
The definition of agnostic is believing that ultimate truth, particularly in terms of the existence of God, is unknowable.
Not godly or religious; impious
Hasty, careless, impetuous, etc.
Requiring little or no effort.
Showing a lack of consideration:
conscientious, scrupulous Lacking proper respect or seriousness; sarcastic.
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In the service or worship of God or a god
The definition of Christian is something related to the teachings of Jesus Christ or related to the practice of following Jesus Christ. Synonym Study
in current usage implies a hypocritical pretense of piety or devoutness and often connotes smugness or haughtiness his sanctimonious disapproval of dancing
suggests scrupulous adherence to the forms of one's religion but may, in derogatory usage, connote hypocrisy the pious burghers who defraud their tenants
implies sincere, worshipful devotion to one's faith or religion
stresses faith in a particular religion and constant adherence to its tenets to lead a religious life
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