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Literary usage of Semireligious
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Encyclopedia of Sunday Schools and Religious Education: Giving a World by John Thomas McFarland, Benjamin Severance Winchester (1915)
"The semireligious type embraces the Knights of King Arthur, ... The semireligious type of organization aims to portray and inculcate religious teaching in ..."
2. Ancient Times, a History of the Early World: An Introduction to the Study of by James Henry Breasted (1916)
"Such philosophy had given way to the semireligious systems of living and ideas of right conduct taught by the Stoics and Epicureans (§ 761). ..."
3. The Attic Theatre: A Description of the Stage and Theatre of the Athenians by Arthur Elam Haigh (1898)
"These semireligious meetings probably paved the way for the later practice of holding ordinary meetings there. As early as the year 411, on the occasion of ..."
4. With Americans of Past and Present Days by Jean Jules Jusserand (1916)
"... characteristic one being a temple for national semireligious celebrations, "such as public prayer, thanksgivings, funeral orations, etc., and assigned ..."
5. Lenin's Legacy: The Story of the Cpsu by Robert G. Wesson (1978)
"Stalin went on promoting the semireligious cult in many ways—exhorting the party to keep faith with Lenin; calling for the collection of ..."
6. Cicero of Arpinum: A Political and Literary Biography Being a Contribution by Ernest Gottlieb Sihler (1914)
"... he settled quite definitely into such a semireligious view of his preservation of Rome, ascribing more of it to the gods than to himself. ..."