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agnosticag‧nos‧tic /æɡˈnɒstɪk, əɡ- $ -ˈnɑː-/ noun [countable]  RRsomeone who believes that people cannot know whether God exists or notatheistsee thesaurus at religiousagnostic adjectiveagnosticism /-tɪsɪzəm/ noun [uncountable]
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agnosticDespite their arguments, I still saw no reason to abandon my agnosticism.She likes to keep an open mind in religious matters and so refers to herself as an agnostic.You can still divine water with a rod and be an agnostic.When I started out my career, I was an agnostic.No, she was an agnostic.He was a very vulnerable hard-swearing, full-blooded agnostic, or possibly an atheist.Butler, Newman and Blougram might be considered agnostics according to Ayer's definition, or they might be considered theists.And he was right, of course, it was all my fault, I was a long-haired hippie agnostic.Amelia was an inquiring agnostic and an insatiable searcher for knowledge.To have such a thing happen - when for a lifetime she had been a perfectly normal agnostic, like everybody else.
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