Definition of Irreligionists

1. Noun. (plural of irreligionist) ¹



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Definition of Irreligionists

1. irreligionist [n] - See also: irreligionist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irreligionists

irrejectable
irrelapsable
irrelate
irrelation
irrelative
irrelatively
irrelevance
irrelevances
irrelevancies
irrelevancy
irrelevant
irrelevantly
irrelievable
irreligion
irreligionist
irreligionists (current term)
irreligions
irreligious
irreligiously
irreligiousness
irremeable
irremediability
irremediable
irremediableness
irremediably
irremissibility
irremissible
irremissibleness
irremissibly
irremission

Literary usage of Irreligionists

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1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1826)
"... another loses; for we do not suppose that irreligionists will, under any circumstances, be regular Churchgoers. Civil penalties cannot be enforced, ..."

2. Baptist Missionary Magazine by Massachusetts Baptist Convention, American Baptist Foreign Mission Society (1863)
"How often, O how often, have I feared I was only making this people irreligionists. They see the folly of their own system ; they admire and applaud the ..."

3. Problems and Persons by Wilfrid Philip Ward (1903)
"which the aggressive irreligionists of France ostentatiously despise. Nevertheless, he claimed (half humorously) ..."

4. Recollections of Samuel Breck: With Passages from His Notebooks (1771-1862) by Samuel Breck, Horace Elisha Scudder (1877)
"She is an itinerant Englishwoman, who meets with support from those only who were confirmed irreligionists before she began her career. ..."

5. The Gentleman's Magazine (1826)
"... another loses; for we do not suppose that irreligionists will, under any circumstances, be regular Churchgoers. Civil penalties cannot be enforced, ..."

6. Baptist Missionary Magazine by Massachusetts Baptist Convention, American Baptist Foreign Mission Society (1863)
"How often, O how often, have I feared I was only making this people irreligionists. They see the folly of their own system ; they admire and applaud the ..."

7. Problems and Persons by Wilfrid Philip Ward (1903)
"which the aggressive irreligionists of France ostentatiously despise. Nevertheless, he claimed (half humorously) ..."

8. Recollections of Samuel Breck: With Passages from His Notebooks (1771-1862) by Samuel Breck, Horace Elisha Scudder (1877)
"She is an itinerant Englishwoman, who meets with support from those only who were confirmed irreligionists before she began her career. ..."

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