from The Century Dictionary.
- Not devout; having no devotion.
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- adjective Not
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The danger was all the greater because men of science covered it with larger synthesis, and poets called the undevout astronomer mad.
Party president Tifatul Sembiring held a press conference and claimed that Boediono (who goes by one name) was unfit for office because he was an undevout Muslim and a "nationalist."
I envy not him who is undevout in the presence of so much Beauty.
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But St. Jerome was in the wrong, after all; for a flashy, unsuitable attire in church is not always a mark of an undevout or entirely worldly mind; it is simply a mark of a raw, uncultivated taste.
Plaza, with its converging avenues, looked silently down upon deserted pavements, echoing only now and then to the careless tread of a party of negroes, or to the clattering heel of some undevout trooper.
But presently the big bell began to swing: stroke after stroke, it first aroused, but was fast lulling me, when the chimes struck in and sang all manner of incoherent and undevout lines.
On the south of the common, near the station, stood a red-brick building called the Moot Hall, which was a kind of church for the very undevout population.
Victor opened his eyes and glared at her with undevout opposition.
He scribbled verses, but never finished so much as a sonnet; he flung himself into religion, but chiefly, I thought, to challenge and irritate his undevout friends; and he would drop any occupation to rail at me and what he was pleased to call my phlegm.
For surely no one needs to be told that this is not the conception of the miracle which has existed in the minds of the devout, and equally of the undevout, from the beginning of thought until the present day.