Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not secular or worldly.

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Examples

  • "unsecular" was an abuse and a sign of bad character?

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  • Griffin at our head — as we were every Sunday — advertising the establishment in an unsecular sort of way — when the description of

    The Haunted House

  • We were all ten ranged in a conspicuous part of the gallery at church, with Miss Griffin at our head – as we were every Sunday – advertising the establishment in an unsecular sort of way – when the description of Solomon in his domestic glory happened to be read.

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  • Any hero or heroine of wealth who found peace of mind and married happily, only attained these objects through the assistance of some noble though humble unsecular person whose example and instruction led them to adopt unsecular views.

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  • A person has every right to be unsecular and propagate his religion, provided he does not break the law.

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  • Why are Indians fooled by this pseudo secularist ploy of branding people as secular or unsecular?

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  • They brand the Hindus as unsecular and even the most radical Islamists as secular.

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  • As if the unsecular people and politicians are completely evil.

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  • Sites like CreationWiki and Conservapedia and Kids 4 Truth (a primer in intelligent design) dress up their unsecular ideas in secular clothing -- and obliterate the difference between fact and faith more effectively than Sarah Palin ever could.

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  • In India if you go to Ram lila, you are unsecular. but if you host a iftar party you are secular.

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