Definition of unspirituality in US English:

unspirituality

noun

  • See unspiritual

    • ‘What if discontent, far from being evidence of unspirituality, was actually proof that we are spiritually alive?’
    • ‘We, too, need to see the contradiction between our claims of piety and the evidence of unspirituality in our lives.’
    • ‘The former seeking a return to 'medievalism' and other exotic building forms as a relief from the unspirituality of the Machine Age.’
    • ‘The unspirituality of the material realm is not treated as problematic, but rather as without consequence.’
    • ‘Then they had persecuted, cast out, or killed those who, seeking to make the spiritual and heavenly paramount, had rebuked their shortsightedness and condemned their unspirituality.’

Pronunciation

unspirituality

/-ˌspiriCHo͞oˈalitē/