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- The quality or state of being spiritual.
- 1698, Robert South, Twelve Sermons upon Several Subjects and Occasions:, "The Ways of Wisdom are Ways of Pleasantness"
- a pleasure made for the soul, suitable to its spirituality
- 1614, Walter Ralegh [i.e., Walter Raleigh], The Historie of the World […], London: […] William Stansby for Walter Burre, […], OCLC 37026674, (please specify |book=1 to 5):
- If this light be not spiritual, yet it approacheth nearest unto spirituality.
- 1841, Edward Bickersteth, A Treatise of Prayer
- Much of our spirituality and comfort in public worship depends on the state of mind in which we come.
- Concern for that which is unseen and intangible, as opposed to physical or mundane.
- Appreciation for religious values.
- (obsolete) That which belongs to the church, or to a person as an ecclesiastic, or to religion, as distinct from temporalities.
- (obsolete) An ecclesiastical body; the whole body of the clergy, as distinct from, or opposed to, the temporality.
quality or state of being spiritual
concern for what is unseen and intangible
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