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spiritual

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of spiritual

  1. 1 not composed of matter a staunch skeptic and realist, he scoffs at the very notion of ghosts and other spiritual entities Synonyms bodiless, ethereal, formless, incorporeal, insubstantial, nonmaterial, nonphysical, immaterial, unbodied, unsubstantialRelated Words metaphysical, psychic (also psychical), supernatural; impalpable, insensible, intangible, invisible; airy, diaphanous, gaseous, gossamery, tenuous, thin, vaporous, wispishNear Antonyms animal, carnal, fleshly; detectable, discernible (also discernable), noticeable, observable, palpable, sensible, tangible, visible; bulky, heavy, massive, solidAntonyms bodily, corporeal, material, physical, substantial

  2. 2 of, relating to, or used in the practice or worship services of a religion spiritual songs that have been sung by generations of worshippers Synonyms devotional, sacred, religiousRelated Words blessed (also blest), consecrated, hallowed, holy, sacrosanct, sanctified; solemn; liturgical, ritual, sacramental; semireligious, semisacredNear Antonyms earthly, mundane, terrene, terrestrial, worldlyAntonyms nonreligious, profane, secular


spiritual

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of spiritual

  1. a religious song sang a spiritual at the funeral Synonyms anthem, canticle, carol, chorale, psalm, hymnRelated Words dirge, lament, requiem, threnody; Gloria Patri, hallelujah, paean; mass, oratorio; processional, recessional



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