from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Lack of devotion or devoutness.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Absence or want of devotion.

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  • noun Absence or lack of devotion.


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un- +‎ devotion


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  • The sins of the heart are these: Ill-thought: ill delight: assent to sin: desire of ill; wicked will: ill suspicion: undevotion: if thou lettest thine heart any time be idle, without occupation of the love, of the praising of GOD: ill dread: ill love: error: fleshly affection to thy friends or to other that thou lovest: joy in any man's ill-faring, whether they be enemy or none: contempt of poor or sinful men: to honour rich men for their riches: unsuitable joy in any world's vanity: sorrow of the world: impatience: perplexity, that is doubt what to do and what not, for every man ought to be secure

    The Form of Perfect Living and Other Prose Treatises Richard Rolle 1901


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