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quasi-religious

Definitions

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  • adjective resembling something that is religious

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Examples

  • This from a man who beds with hookers and is a part of the most corrupt and illicit group of quasi-religious (if you call the C Street philosophy of "Men of Power" religion and not fascism) is questionable at the very least.

    Vitter defends Southern influence in GOP, slams Voinovich

  • We create all-encompassing, quasi-religious explanations to make sense of the supernova of our post-modern experience.

    John Feffer: Bunkum and Debunk 'Em

  • We create all-encompassing, quasi-religious explanations to make sense of the supernova of our post-modern experience.

    John Feffer: Bunkum and Debunk 'Em

  • Just how many times does our government get to float the bogus allegation that some militia/religious/quasi-religious group poses a “potential threat” to the surrounding community or the national security of this country because hoping to justify its own aggressive militancy before some of you cryfoul?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Waco

  • We create all-encompassing, quasi-religious explanations to make sense of the supernova of our post-modern experience.

    John Feffer: Bunkum and Debunk 'Em

  • We create all-encompassing, quasi-religious explanations to make sense of the supernova of our post-modern experience.

    John Feffer: Bunkum and Debunk 'Em

  • We create all-encompassing, quasi-religious explanations to make sense of the supernova of our post-modern experience.

    John Feffer: Bunkum and Debunk 'Em

  • Through 1990s, the San Francisco International Airport played host to a steady stream of quasi-religious groups (Hare Krishnas in particular), preachers, and beggars.

    Think Progress » ‘Impeach Obama’ billboard ‘not meant to allege any impeachable offense.’

  • We create all-encompassing, quasi-religious explanations to make sense of the supernova of our post-modern experience.

    John Feffer: Bunkum and Debunk 'Em

  • Just how many times does our government get to float the bogus allegation that some militia/religious/quasi-religious group poses a “potential threat” to the surrounding community or the national security of this country because hoping to justify its own aggressive militancy before some of you cry foul?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Waco

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