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black sheep one who differs from and is an embarrassment or disgrace to his or her family or group, because of disreputable behavior, lack of worldly success, or the like.
cakes and ale the good things in life; material or worldly pleasures.
culture a developed state of refinement through experience or training in the arts and worldly affairs. [1/8 definitions]
divine (sometimes cap.) the spiritual or godlike, as opposed to the earthly or worldly. [1/12 definitions]
earthly pertaining to the earth as opposed to spiritual or heavenly realms; worldly. [1/2 definitions]
innocent without worldly experience. [1/6 definitions]
man about town a man whose worldly social life and knowledge of fashionable places keep him in public notice.
mundane of, pertaining to, or characteristic of the earthly world; worldly or temporal, as opposed to spiritual. [1/2 definitions]
profane of or pertaining to worldly matters; secular. [1/5 definitions]
Promised Land (often l.c.) heaven, or any place of refuge, happiness, fulfillment, or the like, usu. reached after worldly toil and suffering. [1/2 definitions]
sic transit gloria mundi (Latin) thus passes away worldly glory.
sophisticate to cause to become less naive or natural; make worldly-wise. [1/3 definitions]
sophisticated having knowledge or experience of the world or of culture, esp. in connection with the manners and ways of adult society; not naive or simple; worldly-wise. [1/3 definitions]
sophistication the quality or condition of having worldly knowledge, elegant refinement, or technological complexity. [2 definitions]
temporal1 of or concerning life or affairs in this world; worldly. [1/4 definitions]
terrestrial mundane in character or scope; not spiritual or elevated; worldly. [1/5 definitions]
unworldly lacking sophistication; not worldly-wise; provincial. [1/3 definitions]
worldling one who is engrossed in or knowledgeable about the world; a worldly, sophisticated, or pleasure-seeking person.
worldly-wise having sophisticated knowledge of the world; worldly.