Irreligious [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Irreligious:

Although not an irreligious man, he had views on religion that were far from orthodox.

I am unjust—I smart under his bitter irreligious jests, and conclude at once that he must be the most infamous of men.

Whatever may be the motives which cause men to be irreligious, the thing in question is whether they have found truth.

Scepticism and religious questioning are, then, no sins; they are not irreligious.

Over-rigid in morals, he was indulgent to others; irreligious, he respected religion.

Superstition is believed in by persons accounted neither irreligious nor desperately profane.

The vials of irreligious wrath were poured out upon them to the last dregs.

They had imagined that the Pope would not dare to utter words of defiance against the fiat of an irreligious Bloc.

Many young men pass through an aggressively irreligious phase without suffering much harm.

But hell is not a really dreadful place—except, of course, for the writers of irreligious books.