Definition of irreligiousness in English:



See irreligious

  • ‘Through its irreligiousness, Holland runs the risk of becoming a backwater, van der Veer argues.’
  • ‘It is from this source that sin and irreligiousness flow, together with much misery.’
  • ‘Old prejudices, particularly about agnostics, remain - irreligiousness is seen less as a positive choice and more of a cop-out from someone who hasn't made up his or her mind yet.’
  • ‘Just as Bush wore his religion on his sleeve, so Kerry wore his irreligiousness on his.’
  • ‘Secularism can never mean irreligiousness in society.’