Spirituality definition

spĭrĭ-cho͝o-ălĭ-tē
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Spiritual character, quality, or nature.
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Spirituality is the state of having a connection to God or the spirit world.

An example of spirituality is praying every day.

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The fact or state of being incorporeal.
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Concern for that which is unseen and intangible, as opposed to physical or mundane.
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The quality or state of being spiritual.

A pleasure made for the soul, suitable to its spirituality. "” South.

If this light be not spiritual, yet it approacheth nearest to spirituality. "” Sir Walter Raleigh.

Much of our spirituality and comfort in public worship depends on the state of mind in which we come. "” Bickersteth.

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The state, quality, or fact of being spiritual.
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Religious devotion or piety.
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Something, such as property or revenue, that belongs to the church or to a cleric.
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A religious belief or manner of pursuing a religious life.
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The clergy.
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The rights, jurisdiction, tithes, etc. belonging to the church or to an ecclesiastic.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
spirituality
Plural:
spiritualities

Origin of spirituality

  • Latin spiritualitas.

    From Wiktionary