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spiritualty

noun spir·i·tu·al·ty \ˈspir-i-chə-wəl-tē, -i-chəl-tē, -ich-wəl-tē\

Definition of SPIRITUALTY

1
:  spirituality 1
2
:  clergy

Examples of SPIRITUALTY

  1. <a long history of conflict between that nation's spiritualty and its temporal leaders>

Origin of SPIRITUALTY

Middle English spiritualte, from Anglo-French espiritauté, spiritualté, from Medieval Latin spiritualitat-, spiritualitas, from Late Latin spiritualis spiritual
First Known Use: 14th century

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