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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - An advocate of a view of life or of any particular matter based on the premise that religion and religious considerations should be ignored or purposely excluded

Usage examples (32)
  • The most remarkable alteration in secularist thinking over the past century has been its abandonment of natural law in favor of dismissing “reason” as a human construct.
  • If you aren't open about your religous beliefs, then you are a "secularist".
  • This constitutes a kind of secularist fundamentalism that is as unsophisticated, un-nuanced and dogmatic as any religious fundamentalism.
  • Faraday would be a 'secularist' were he now alive. for more
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