Synonyms of profane in English:

profane


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See Spanish definition of irreverente

adjective

1‘a talk that tackled subjects both sacred and profane’

SYNONYMS
secular, lay, non-religious, non-church, temporal, worldly, earthly
unsanctified, unconsecrated, unhallowed
rare laic
ANTONYMS

religious, sacred

2‘a profane, unprincipled man’

SYNONYMS
irreverent, ungodly, godless, impious, disrespectful, irreligious, unbelieving, disbelieving, sacrilegious, idolatrous

3‘he was famous for his wildly profane language’

SYNONYMS
obscene, blasphemous, foul, vulgar, crude, filthy, dirty, smutty, coarse, rude, offensive, scurrilous, off colour, indecent, indecorous
rare Fescennine, Cyprian
ANTONYMS

decorous


verb

1‘it was a serious matter to profane a tomb’

SYNONYMS
desecrate, violate, defile, treat with disrespect, debase, degrade, contaminate, pollute, taint