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The notion religious is the 997th most frequent word of the English lanuguage and appears 106.182 times within the reference corpus. The part of speech is adjective. The hyphenation is re·li·gious. Here are sample usages of the term in full sentences: "This concern over declining religious commitment led many people ..."¹ "... Young directed both religious and economic matters."² "... Buddha as a major religious teacher."³ Reversely its written suoigiler. The word is rhyming on irreligious, prodigious und prestigious. The MD5 hash is b9bba0357bc3fa8929d14b1f34a5e35e and the SHA1 sum is fad93f7d2cc3240724f6930ce684e478a7a90216. The dialable telephone number 735444687 accords this term.

word neighbours

wordbook information

word name: religious

part of speech: adjective

replacement words: spiritual

typical left word neighbours: deeply Jewish Hindu Catholic Islamic traditional status

typical right word neighbours: beliefs affiliation freedom leaders ceremonies orders practices

Yearly word frequency

These words have an equal prefix:

The following notions have an identical suffix:

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