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comment Antonym of verb “holster”
I used dictionary.com I didn't use Google due to the potential for it to crawl a page where someone used an incorrect term for the lack of a more suitable word.
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comment Is there a word to describe a state of not identifying with any common explanation of God?
I wasn't aware of this term at all. I believe that I've heard the other terms in passing. +1
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comment Is there a word to describe a state of not identifying with any common explanation of God?
The Mac dictionary shows the following: deism |ˈdēizəm| noun belief in the existence of a supreme being, specifically of a creator who does not intervene in the universe. The term is used chiefly of an intellectual movement of the 17th and 18th centuries that accepted the existence of a creator on the basis of reason but rejected belief in a supernatural deity who interacts with humankind. Compare with theism. DERIVATIVES deist noun, deistic |dēˈistik|adjective, deistical |dēˈistikəl|adjective ORIGIN late 17th cent.: from Latin deus ‘god’ + -ism.
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