Definition of 'agnostic'
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Or that one in three adults is either atheist or agnostic. The Sun (2012)They finally realized the craziness of the idea that you have to be either atheist or agnostic to be open-minded. Christianity Today (2000)For many of us who have other religious, agnostic or atheist beliefs, access is denied. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I had become an agnostic. Seminary Boy (2006)This will heighten concerns that the big video game producers are growing increasingly agnostic on the question of Game's survival. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In that case, from the agnostic or atheist point of view, religion now does matter in a way that until recently it had ceased to. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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