Definition of Quasi-religious

1. Adjective. Resembling something that is religious.

Similar to: Sacred



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quasi-religious

quashes
quashie
quashies
quashing
quashings
quasht
quasi
quasi(a)
quasi-
quasi-NGO
quasi-adjective
quasi-contract
quasi-contracts
quasi-divinity
quasi-probability
quasi-religious (current term)
quasi-rent
quasi-reorganization
quasi-reorganizations
quasi-royal
quasi-stellar radio source
quasi adjectives
quasi contract
quasi partner
quasi partners
quasiarchaeological
quasiaverages
quasiblack
quasiboson
quasibosons

Literary usage of Quasi-religious

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1. History of English Nonconformity from Wiclif to the Close of the Nineteenth by Henry William Clark (1911)
"And even if they had understood, to rule out some quasi-religious sects from benefits given to others was likely to raise a storm. ..."

2. An Inquiry Into the Present State of the Law of Maintenance and Champerty by William John Tapp (1861)
"The proceedings in an action were of a quasi-religious nature; and a minute observance of technicalities, and an excessive precision of form, were rigidly ..."

3. Early Roman Law: The Regal Period by Edwin Charles Clark (1872)
"These officers, it may be said, would naturally only record what enactments affected their own province, and the preponderance of the quasi-religious ..."

4. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1853)
"We fear not to eay, that a system of excitement, and-—not the least dangerous— of quasi-religious excitement, may sow mischief in the mental and bodily ..."

5. A History of Roman Law: With a Commentary on the Institutes of Gaius and by Andrew Stephenson (1912)
"Early Roman law was merely a body of customs or quasi-religious regulations ... In this way he accounts for the quasi- religious nature of the law. ..."

6. A History of Roman Law: With a Commentary on the Institutes of Gaius and by Andrew Stephenson (1912)
"Early Roman law was merely a body of customs or quasi-religious regulations ... In this way he accounts for the quasi- religious nature of the law. ..."

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