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spiritual

spir·it·ual

spiritual

 
 
pronunciation:
spi rih chu l
parts of speech:
adjective, noun
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: of, pertaining to, or made up of spirit, rather than the physical body or world.
synonyms:
immaterial, incorporeal, metaphysical
antonyms:
animal, carnal, material, mundane, physical, sensual, temporal
similar words:
bodiless, ethereal, extramundane, holy, insubstantial, psychic, spectral
definition 2: of or pertaining to the soul or matters of the spirit.
For some, spending time with nature has spiritual benefits.
synonyms:
psychic
antonyms:
physical
similar words:
essential, interior, soulful
definition 3: of or pertaining to the supernatural or spirits.
synonyms:
otherworldly, supernatural, unearthly
antonyms:
earthly
similar words:
mystic, occult, psychic, spectral, unreal
definition 4: of or pertaining to a church or religious affairs; ecclesiastical.
synonyms:
churchly, clerical, ecclesiastic, ecclesiastical
antonyms:
secular, temporal
similar words:
episcopal, godly, liturgical, ministerial, pastoral, pious, religious, sacerdotal, sacred
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: the realm of the spirit or matters not concerned with the physical body or world.
definition 2: a religious song of a kind originating among black people in the southern United States.
derivations: spiritually (adv.), spiritualness (n.)
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