Meaning of secularity in English:

secularity

Pronunciation /sɛkjʊˈlarɪti/

noun

See secular

‘Modern secularity's hostility to Christianity results, not in belief in nothing, but in belief in anything.’
  • ‘So the Medium Lobster salutes Virgina's attempt to put a stop to creeping secularity in our private arrangements.’
  • ‘Serving as a melting pot of old and modern cultures, Fuzhou Road afforded a haven for thought with its mystery, romance and secularity.’
  • ‘A debate on whether the party must include non-Muslims to project its secularity is really uncalled for.’
  • ‘If the central institutions take a turn towards militant secularity, this will be unacceptable to many of the member states.’