the quality of being ; piety; devoutness.
affected or excessive devotion to religion.
“religiosity can certainly affect our sexuality,” Levkoff says.
Fat Men Last Longer in Bed Anneli Rufus September 9, 2010
This season, Ricci found inspiration in the religiosity of Catholicism and ecclesiastical garb.
Hedi Slimane’s Spring 2013 Paris Debut at Saint Laurent Robin Givhan September 30, 2012
And there is his deep identification as a Jew that almost takes on tribal aspects in its religiosity.
Kevin Spacey on Casino Jack Kevin Sessums December 13, 2010
Europeans are often mystified at the religiosity of Americans.
Why Is American Politics So Religious and Divisive? Jordan Michael Smith March 29, 2013
For Jews of varying degrees of religiosity, the Birthright trip to Israel is exhilarating but overwhelming.
My Unexpected Birthright Experience Tommy Alter September 25, 2013
This religiosity, of Christian form, was essential to George Sand.
George Sand, Some Aspects of Her Life and Writings Rene Doumic
They satisfied the taste of the people for religiosity, if not religion.
Folkways William Graham Sumner
There is some melodrama, some religiosity, and there are some absurd recognition scenes at the close.
The American Spirit in Literature, Bliss Perry
With religiosity, if it was centred on self, she had no sympathy.
The Life of Florence Nightingale vol. 1 of 2 Edward Tyas Cook
That the amount of religiosity in either spectator or producer has nothing to do with the feeling is clear if we consider.
Arts and Crafts Essays Various
late 14c., from Old French religiosete and directly from Late Latin religiositas “religiousness,” from religiosus (see religious).
of, relating to, or concerned with : a religious holiday. imbued with or exhibiting ; pious; devout; godly: a religious man. scrupulously faithful; conscientious: religious care. pertaining to or connected with a monastic or religious order. appropriate to or to sacred rites or observances. a member of a religious order, congregation, etc.; a monk, friar, […]
a member or supporter of that party in the Dutch Calvinistic Church which opposed the Remonstrants or Arminians. noun (Dutch Reformed Church) the party that opposed the Remonstrants
noting or pertaining to a political party (1839–47) in New York that opposed the payment of to patroons.
of, relating to, or of the nature of a republic. favoring a republic. fitting or appropriate for the citizen of a republic: a very republican notion. (initial capital letter) of or relating to the Republican Party. a person who favors a republican form of government. (initial capital letter) a member of the Republican Rarty. Contemporary […]