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A person who has no (clear) religious belief or political affiliation.
Of or relating to people who hold no religious belief or political affiliation; having no definite aim or purpose. Now rare.
Late 18th century; earliest use found in Jonathan Boucher (1738–1804), schoolmaster and Church of England clergyman. From nothing [noun] + -arian.
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