spirituality

[spir-i-choo-al-i-tee]
noun, plural spiritualities.
1.
the quality or fact of being spiritual.
2.
incorporeal or immaterial nature.
3.
predominantly spiritual character as shown in thought, life, etc.; spiritual tendency or tone.
4.
Often, spiritualities. property or revenue of the church or of an ecclesiastic in his or her official capacity.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English < Medieval Latin spīrituālitās. See spiritual, -ity

nonspirituality, noun
superspirituality, noun
unspirituality, noun
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spirituality (ˌspɪrɪtjʊˈælɪtɪ)
 
n , pl -ties
1.  the state or quality of being dedicated to God, religion, or spiritual things or values, esp as contrasted with material or temporal ones
2.  the condition or quality of being spiritual
3.  a distinctive approach to religion or prayer: the spirituality of the desert Fathers
4.  (often plural) Church property or revenue or a Church benefice

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Example sentences
Spirituality takes different forms of expression sometimes.
Nearby conversations ranged from politics to art and spirituality.
If my students find spirituality to be compelling, bully for them.
From day to another they move from place to place in search of spirituality.
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