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Religious vs. Contrafactum

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Religiousadjective

Concerning religion.

‘It is the job of this court to rule on legal matters. We do not consider religious issues.’;

Contrafactumnoun

(music) The substitution of one text for another without substantial change to the music.

Religiousadjective

Committed to the practice of religion.

‘I was much more religious as a teenager than I am now.’;

Contrafactumnoun

(music) The use of a secular melody with a religious text.

Religiousadjective

Highly dedicated, as one would be to a religion.

‘I'm a religious fan of college basketball.’;

Contrafactum

In vocal music, contrafactum (or contrafact, pl. contrafacta) is .

‘the substitution of one text for another without substantial change to the music’;

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Religiousnoun

A member of a religious order, i.e. a monk or nun.

Religiousadjective

Of or pertaining to religion; concerned with religion; teaching, or setting forth, religion; set apart to religion; as, a religious society; a religious sect; a religious place; religious subjects, books, teachers, houses, wars.

‘Our law forbids at their religious ritesMy presence.’;

Religiousadjective

Possessing, or conforming to, religion; pious; godly; as, a religious man, life, behavior, etc.

‘Men whose livesReligious titled them the sons of God.’;

Religiousadjective

Scrupulously faithful or exact; strict.

‘Thus, Indianlike,Religious in my error, I adoreThe sun, that looks upon his worshiper.’;

Religiousadjective

Belonging to a religious order; bound by vows.

‘One of them is religious.’;

Religiousnoun

A person bound by monastic vows, or sequestered from secular concern, and devoted to a life of piety and religion; a monk or friar; a nun.

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Religiousnoun

a member of a religious order who is bound by vows of poverty and chastity and obedience

Religiousadjective

concerned with sacred matters or religion or the church;

‘religious texts’; ‘a nenber if a religious order’; ‘lords temporal and spiritual’; ‘spiritual leaders’; ‘spiritual songs’;

Religiousadjective

having or showing belief in and reverence for a deity;

‘a religious man’; ‘religious attitude’;

Religiousadjective

extremely scrupulous and conscientious;

‘religious in observing the rules of health’;

Religiousadjective

relating to or believing in a religion

‘religious music’; ‘both men were deeply religious and moralistic’;

Religiousadjective

(of a belief or practice) forming part of someone's faith in a divine being

‘she has strong religious convictions’;

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Religiousadjective

belonging or relating to a monastic order or other group of people who are united by their practice of religion

‘religious houses were built on ancient pagan sites’;

Religiousadjective

treated or regarded with a devotion and scrupulousness appropriate to worship

‘I have a religious aversion to reading manuals’;

Religiousnoun

a person bound by monastic vows.

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