Synonyms of religious
1 spiritualDictionary • different religious beliefs
spiritual • A man in priestly clothes offered spiritual guidance.
holy • To them, as to all Tibetans, this is a holy place.
sacred • the awe-inspiring sacred art of the Renaissance masters
divine • the message of the Divine Book
theological • theological books
devotional • hymns and devotional songs
2 devoutDictionary • They are both very religious.
devout • She was a devout Christian.
godly • a learned and godly preacher
committed • He said the government remained committed to attaining peace.
holy • The Indians think of him as a holy man.
pious • He was brought up by pious female relatives.
reverent • the reverent hush of a rapt audience
3 conscientiousDictionary • The clientele turned up, with religious regularity, every night.
conscientious • She is generally very conscientious about her work.
exact • She is very punctual and very exact in her duties.
rigid • Hospital routines for nurses are very rigid.
rigorous • He is rigorous in his control of expenditure.
meticulous • He was so meticulous about everything.
scrupulous • scrupulous attention to detail
fastidious • He was fastidious about his appearance.
punctilious (formal) • He was punctilious about being ready exactly on time.
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committedIf you commit yourself to something, you say that you will definitely do it. If you commit yourself to someone, you decide that you want to have a long-term relationship with them. (adjective)
• He said the government remained committed to attaining peace.
• She is generally very conscientious about her work.
devotionalDevotional activities, writings, or objects relate to religious worship.
• hymns and devotional songs
Thesaurus for religious from the Collins English Thesaurus
of, relating to, or concerned with religion