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  • adjective Half pagan.

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  • adjective Half pagan.


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semi- +‎ pagan


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  • But this is, what shall we call it, a semipagan city, something along that line.

    CNN Transcript Apr 2, 2005 2005

  • They didn't expect too much piety from their semipagan parishioners, and Durham liked them for it.

    Roughing It Annan, Gabriele 1988

  • His conception of human existence as a joy to be accepted with thanksgiving, not as a gloomy error to be rectified by suffering, familiarized the fourteenth century with that form of semipagan gladness that marked the real Renaissance.

    The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 07 John [Editor] Rudd 1885


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