nonspiritual

  • 1 nonspiritual — [spelling only] …

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  • 2 nonspiritual — adj., n.; nonspiritually, adv.; nonspiritualness, n. * * * …

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  • 3 nonspiritual — adjective Not spiritual …

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  • 4 nonspiritual — Synonyms and related words: Adamic, Circean, animal, animalistic, beastlike, beastly, bestial, bodily, brutal, brute, brutish, carnal, carnal minded, coarse, corporal, corporeal, earthly, earthy, fallen, fleshly, gross, hylic, lapsed, material,… …

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  • 5 nonspiritual — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. substantial, tangible, material; see real 2 …

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  • 6 nonspiritual — adj. not spiritual, not soul related, corporeal …

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  • 7 nonspiritual — adj 1. corporeal, corporal, bodily, fleshly, incarnate, somatic, physical, material; palpable, tangible, sensible, touchable, ponderable, appreciable. 2. wordly, unspiritual, mundane, temporal, earthy, earthly, external; secular, lay, worldly… …

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  • 8 nonspiritual — non•spir′it•u•al adj. n. ly, adv …

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  • 9 nonspiritual —   Kino, kō ke kino …

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  • 10 nonspiritual — adj., n.; nonspiritually, adv.; nonspiritualness, n …

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  • 11 Depth psychology — Historically, depth psychology, from a German term (Tiefenpsychologie), was coined by Eugen Bleuler to refer to psychoanalytic approaches to therapy and research that take the unconscious into account. The term has come to refer to the ongoing… …

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  • 12 Eucken, Rudolf Christoph — born Jan. 5, 1846, Aurich, East Friesland died Sept. 14, 1926, Jena, Ger. German philosopher. He taught primarily at the University of Jena (1874–1920). Distrusting abstract intellectualism and systematics, Eucken centred his philosophy upon… …

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  • 13 Roman religion — Religious beliefs of the Romans from ancient times until official acceptance of Christianity in the 4th century AD. The Romans believed that everything was subordinate to the rule of the gods, and the object of their religion was to secure divine …

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  • 14 material — ma·te·ri·al 1 /mə tir ē əl/ adj 1: of, relating to, or consisting of physical matter 2: being of real importance or consequence 3: being an essential component the material terms of the contract 4: being relevant to a subject under considerati …

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  • 15 Dana Claxton — Born 1959 (age 51–52) Yorkton, Saskatchewan Nationality Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux Field Film, performance photography Website …

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  • 16 mundane — I adjective accustomary, average, banal, bodily, carnal, common, commonplace, conventional, corporeal, customary, earthly, everyday, familiar, fleshly, frequent, habitual, hackneyed, homespun, irreligious, material, nonsacred, nonspiritual,… …

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  • 17 physical — I adjective actual, bodily, carnal, concrete, corporal, corporeal, corporeous, earthly, embodied, external, flesh and blood, fleshly, human, incarnate, material, materiate, mundane, natural, nonspiritual, organic, palpable, real, sensible,… …

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  • 18 animal — Synonyms and related words: Adamic, Angora goat, Arctic fox, Belgian hare, Caffre cat, Circean, Draconian, Goth, Gothic, Indian buffalo, Kodiak bear, Neanderthal, Tartarean, Virginia deer, aardvark, aardwolf, alpaca, ammonite, animalian, animalic …

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  • 19 animalistic — Synonyms and related words: Adamic, Circean, animal, animalian, animalic, beastlike, beastly, bestial, bodily, brutal, brute, brutelike, brutish, carnal, carnal minded, coarse, dumb, earthy, fallen, fleshly, gross, instinctive, instinctual,… …

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  • 20 beastly — Synonyms and related words: Adamic, Circean, Draconian, Tartarean, abhorrent, abominable, abrupt, aggressive, animal, animalian, animalic, animalistic, anthropophagous, appalling, arrant, atrocious, awful, baneful, barbaric, barbarous, base,… …

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