irreligiously


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ir·re·li·gious

 (ĭr′ĭ-lĭj′əs)
adj.
Hostile or indifferent to religion; ungodly.

ir′re·li′gious·ly adv.
ir′re·li′gious·ness n.
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Their father was enraged and most irreligiously and profanely swore and protested 'many times by the blood of God that he would his son had well boxed Smalbroke - that he would to God he had sped him
Rarely in recent memory has a dispute involving religion been conducted so irreligiously.
At a time when some writers are urging us not to use the word "science" when discussing natural philosophy in the early modern period, on the grounds that natural philosophers then were pursuing their experimental enterprise for the love of God (as opposed to contemporary scientists who are held to engage in similar activities irreligiously for the love of truth, money, or tenure), Wilson's title amounts to deliberate provocation.