from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state or character of being spiritual; spirituality.

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  • noun The quality or state of being spiritual or spiritual-minded; spirituality.

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  • noun The quality or state of being spiritual or spiritual-minded; spirituality.


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spiritual +‎ -ness


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  • And for a long long time I have not believed in anything, I have lost my spiritualness, but I never lost sight of what really matters.

    wendchymes Diary Entry wendchymes 2007

  • And I've lost a lot of my spiritualness, because I keep asking why it had to happen?

    CNN Transcript May 23, 2005 2005

  • Jim Huber talked about his spiritualness, how classy he was.

    CNN Transcript - Sunday Morning News: Sports Writer Discusses Legend of Dallas Cowboys Head Coach Tom Landry - February 13, 2000 2000

  • But at the same time, he recognizes that the spirit which has moved so many people -- the Promise Keepers recently, the Million Man March a year ago, this march in Philadelphia -- is something that really does contribute to a deepening of both spiritualness by the American people and a commitment to communities and to strengthening families, all of which are things that the President talks about himself quite often.

    Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry ITY National Archives 1997

  • Allan Bloom is probably known to most of your viewers as the author of "The Closing of the American Mind," which is an indictment of the spiritualness of higher education today.

    Tenured Radicals 1990

  • Gods as the manner of some writers is ad nauseam usque; but there is in them a happy and rare conjunction of firm solidity, enlightening clearness, and heart-searching spiritualness, evidencing themselves all along, and thereby approving and commending his writings to the judgment, conscience, spiritual taste, and experience, of all those who have any acquaintance with and relish of the gospel.

    Pneumatologia 1616-1683 1967

  • I saw that Islam's conversions around the world could double and triple if the colorfulness and the true spiritualness of the Hajj pilgrimage were properly advertised and communicated to the outside world.

    The Autobiography of Malcolm X X, Malcolm, 1925-1965 1964

  • A little spiritualness in duty is better than all the gildings of the temple, or outward pompous worship which dazzles carnal eyes.

    The Lord's Prayer 1692

  • Yea, they show us the more exactly how the New and Old Testament, as to the spiritualness of the worship, was as one and the same; only the old was clouded with shadows, but ours is with more open face.

    Works of John Bunyan — Volume 03 John Bunyan 1658

  • Gnawa music is related with spiritualness and animic rituals of trance. - Articles related to Elton John to perform as planned at Morocco festival 2010


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