1. Indifferent to religion; irreligious.
2. Not related to religion.
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1. (Theology) another word for irreligious
2. (Theology) secular
ˌunreˈligiously adv
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(ˌʌn rɪˈlɪdʒ əs)

2. having no connection with religion; nonreligious.
un`re•li′gious•ly, adv.
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That partially accounts for the tradition not showing early signs of dying down or being discarded on the grounds of being too old, uncultured, unreligious or simply irrelevant.
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