Meaning of secularly in English:


Pronunciation /ˈsɛkjʊləli/


See secular

‘Prostitution in a secularly governed country is not an infringement upon the right of select religious factions.’
  • ‘I've done a lot of youth work not just through the church but secularly.’
  • ‘Western nations are supposed to be secularly run societies, living by a separation of church and state.’
  • ‘A critical question about faith-based initiatives is whether these programs work as well as or better than secularly run programs?’
  • ‘The secularly minded writers and readers of newspapers, many of them suspicious of religious trappings, might call it a sham.’