Definition of Antireligion

1. Adjective. Opposed to or acting against religion ¹



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Definition of Antireligion

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Antireligion

antiredeposition
antireferendum
antireflection
antireflection coating
antireflective
antireflux
antireform
antireformism
antireformist
antireformists
antiregular
antiregulation
antiregulatory
antirejection
antirelaxation
antireligion (current term)
antireligious
antireligiousness
antirenter
antirenters
antirepressive
antirepressor
antirepressors
antirepublican
antirepublicans
antiresearch
antiresistance
antiresistant
antiresistants
antiresonance

Literary usage of Antireligion

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1. The Prose Works of Jonathan Swift by Jonathan Swift, Temple Scott (1902)
"This is not properly atheism, but a sort of antireligion prescribed by the Devil, and which an atheist of common sense would scorn as an absurdity. ..."

2. An Adventure of Great Dimension: The Launching of the Chicago Assyrian by Erica Reiner (2002)
"Those of his readers who never got beyond the title of the chapter accused him of being "antireligion," "nihilistic," and the like. ..."

3. The Works of Jonathan Swift: Containing Additional Letters, Tracts, and by Jonathan Swift, Walter Scott (1814)
"So seldom upon their knees to pray, and so often to curse! this is not properly atheism, but a sort of antireligion prescribed by the devil, ..."

4. Le libéralisme by Émile Faguet (1903)
"... et un gouvernement ne peut pas tolérer plus que Louis XIV qu'il y ait sur la surface du territoire trois religions, plus une antireligion, ..."

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