Definitions

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  • adjective Not religious; irreligious.

Etymologies

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From a- +‎ religious.

Examples

  • Anyway, with respect to the 2nd Amendment, it is a fundamental right based upon our ‘unalienable’ rights which are endowed by our Creator (Mother Nature to this areligious person) which are to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.

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  • The neutrality requirement in the First Amendment forbids the government from taking a position on the truth or falsehood of a religious doctrine in religious terms, but it may take a position on any matter on areligious or non-religious terms.

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  • Like most areligious people, I find the institution of the pope both fascinating and somehow repulsive.

    duh pookie

  • The neutrality requirement in the First Amendment forbids the government from taking a position on the truth or falsehood of a religious doctrine in religious terms, but it may take a position on any matter on areligious or non-religious terms.

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  • Like most areligious people, I find the institution of the pope both fascinating and somehow repulsive.

    duh pookie

  • The neutrality requirement in the First Amendment forbids the government from taking a position on the truth or falsehood of a religious doctrine in religious terms, but it may take a position on any matter on areligious or non-religious terms.

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  • One father told me he believes it is children, in our areligious society, who give our lives meaning (as well as being our most likely stab at an afterlife).

    If you expect children to make you happy, you will be disappointed

  • The neutrality requirement in the First Amendment forbids the government from taking a position on the truth or falsehood of a religious doctrine in religious terms, but it may take a position on any matter on areligious or non-religious terms.

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  • The neutrality requirement in the First Amendment forbids the government from taking a position on the truth or falsehood of a religious doctrine in religious terms, but it may take a position on any matter on areligious or non-religious terms.

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  • A consideration of religion was there even on the original series of Star Trek, where a conscious decision was made not to have a chaplain on the Enterprise, as its enlightened crew encountered sophisticated areligious societies and primitive ones enslaved by superstition.

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