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agape2 spiritual, nonsexual love. [1/2 definitions]
allegory a device in art or literature by which abstract moral or spiritual qualities are represented by concrete characters, things, and events. [1/2 definitions]
angel in certain theologies, a spiritual being acting as a servant or messenger of God, usu. represented as a human figure with wings and a halo. [2/3 definitions]
animal pertaining to the physical rather than the mental or spiritual aspect of humans. [1/5 definitions]
animalism the theory that human beings are merely animals without spiritual qualities. [1/2 definitions]
animism the belief that spiritual beings or souls can exist without a body to house them. [1/3 definitions]
asceticism self-discipline and self-denial as a means of spiritual improvement. [1/2 definitions]
astral pertaining to spiritual existence, esp. to a human being's existence outside of his or her body. [1/2 definitions]
Buddhism a spiritual philosophy and religion, founded in the sixth century B.C. by Buddha and widespread in Asia, that teaches release from the self and from one's earthly desires.
caliph in Islam, a spiritual and political leader in some Muslim countries.
carnal of this world; human or earthly rather than spiritual. [1/2 definitions]
cenobite a member of a religious order who lives in a convent, monastery, or other spiritual community.
charity in Christian theology, unselfish spiritual love for others. [1/5 definitions]
Christian Science a religion based on Christian scripture that was founded in the United States in the mid-nineteenth century and that teaches that disease and illness can be treated by spiritual means.
contemplation deep religious or spiritual meditation. [1/2 definitions]
deadly sins the seven sins believed to cause spiritual death: pride, covetousness, lust, anger, gluttony, envy, and sloth.
demonic motivated or inspired by a demon or other spiritual force. [1/2 definitions]
divine (sometimes cap.) the spiritual or godlike, as opposed to the earthly or worldly. [1/12 definitions]
dualism in theology, the belief that two opposing principles, good and evil, govern the world, or the belief that man has two basic natures, physical and spiritual. [1/3 definitions]
earthly pertaining to the earth as opposed to spiritual or heavenly realms; worldly. [1/2 definitions]
ecstasy a powerful experience of spiritual uplifting or revelation; exaltation. [1/2 definitions]