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1‘an irreligious world’
atheistic, unbelieving, non-believing, non-theistic, agnostic, sceptical, heretical, faithless, godless, ungodly, unholy, impious, profane, infidel, barbarian, barbarous, heathen, heathenish, idolatrous, pagan
immoral, wicked, sinful, morally wrong, evil, bad, iniquitous, corrupt, unrighteous, sacrilegious, blasphemous, irreverent, depraved, degenerate, reprobate, vice-ridden, debauched, dissolute, perverted, dissipated, intemperate, decadent, unprincipled, erring, fallen, impure, sullied, tainted
rare peccable, nullifidian
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