from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. of or pertaining to agnosticism; agnostic.

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  • adj. uncertain of all claims to knowledge


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  • “My cousin Willy was of an agnostical bent, Mr. Coleman,” the Captain said.

    Comanche Moon

  • He thought that he might be able to do this, because Charley, who was known to be frankly agnostical, came to his church more or less regularly.

    The Right of Way — Volume 01

  • -- He had a pious exaltation, but whether it was because he might gather into the fold erratic and agnostical sheep like Charley Steele, or because it pleased his social ambitions, he had occasion to answer in the future.

    The Right of Way — Volume 01


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