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Not involving or relating to different religious sects or political groups.‘a consistent advocate of compulsory, free, and unsectarian education’
diverse, diversified, wide, broad, broad-based, eclectic, indiscriminateView synonyms
- ‘In an unfortunate spirit of jealous rivalry, the various denominational colleges were not slow in seizing the opportunity to attack the commonwealth's unsectarian college.’
- ‘She favoured sound secular teaching and unsectarian Bible instruction.’
- ‘He took part in the discussions on the government's policy towards popular education, favouring an unsectarian solution.’
- ‘He was an undogmatic, unsectarian bridge-builder.’
- ‘That should not distract us from realising how unsectarian Scottish society has actually become.’
- ‘It was a relatively unsectarian occasion.’
- ‘He was consistently in favour of an unsectarian, national educational system.’
- ‘The purpose of the association was, first and foremost, to train young men to become "useful citizens" in an unsectarian, undenominational setting.’
- ‘Committedly unsectarian, she joined the Fabians, the Social Democratic Federation, and the Independent Labour Party.’
- ‘His religion was unsectarian and practical, his daily life founded on the New Testament.’
- ‘His eventual election as lord provost in 1843, in the changed religious atmosphere immediately surrounding the Disruption of that year, was seen as a triumph for unsectarian principles.’
- ‘In time most of the evangelical Christians in the city promised to relieve the missionaries of the expense if they would build an unsectarian chapel more worthy of the object.’
- ‘Like Updike, Wilbur thinks of himself as a Protestant Christian, although the moral nerve of his poems is wide and unsectarian.’
- ‘They also published an unsectarian religious paper, entitled the Western World.’
- ‘Her links with the Christian Social Union encouraged in her an unsectarian broad-church outlook.’
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