undenominational

ADJECTIVE
  1. not bound or devoted to the promotion of a particular denomination
    undenominational religious instruction
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How To Use undenominational In A Sentence

  • There are three classes of schools -- common, graded and high -- all maintained by the government and all free and undenominational. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3 "Brescia" to "Bulgaria"
  • It cannot, surely, be for the good of our country that the stored-up experience of educational effort of every type should be disregarded in favour of rigid rules and programmes; or that zeal and devotion in the work of education are to be regarded as valueless unless they be associated with so-called undenominational religion. The Education of Catholic Girls
  • undenominational religious instruction
  • He may prefer that the State should confine itself to purely secular education, leaving all religious teaching to voluntary agencies; or he may approve of the kind of undenominational religious teaching of the English School Board; or he may be a strong partisan of one of the many forms of distinctly accentuated denominational education. The Map of Life Conduct and Character
  • There was no particular force in the objections of these latter in that district, as the Church school, the only one for miles, would not be large or convenient enough to come under the State aid of the Bill, so almost from the first it was a matter of building one of the new Board schools, where the undenominational system abhorred by Boase would be all that would hold sway. Secret Bread
  • The religious difficulty was met by the Cowper-Temple clause, whereby the religious instruction was to be undenominational.
  • `Scrupulously undenominational: a sublimation of the ecumenical spirit of our age. PASSION IN THE PEAK
  • Sunday school lessons for the blind that were put in Braille, and this required skill because, since Braille is so expensive to produce, anything in the way of a religious lesson had to be not only undenominational but unsectarian [unknown] So, of course, Oral History Interview with Broadus Mitchell, August 14 and 15, 1977. Interview B-0024. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)
  • In his efforts to enable the people of the District of Columbia to share the benefits of this fund the commissioner offered to erect a building for a certain denominational institution located in Washington at that time, on the condition that it become undenominational. The Journal of Negro History, Volume 3, 1918
  • The purpose of the association was, first and foremost, to train young men to become "useful citizens" in an unsectarian, undenominational setting.
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