worldly concern

NOUN
  1. the concerns of this life as distinguished from heaven and the afterlife
    they consider the church to be independent of the world
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How To Use worldly concern In A Sentence

  • Nor is the issue really one of religion versus science or this-worldly concerns. The Times Literary Supplement
  • This sort of serendipity goes way back, of course — think of Clément Janequin's "Les cris de Paris," a quodlibet of 16th-century vendors 'cries; In the 19th century, there was a bit of a vogue for the combination of worldly concerns and overheard church music, Schumann's song "Sonntags am Rhine" being a gorgeous example. The band in Heaven, they play my favorite song
  • Love, Women, and War" Redbeard opines that women "are incapable of self-mastership ... mere babies in worldly concerns. Essays
  • During the walk in the dark you are meant to let go of worldly concerns.
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