Secular (SEK yuh lur) adj: having nothing to do with religion or spiritual concerns
The halfway house had several nuns on its staff, but it was an entirely secular operation. It was run by the city, not by the church.
The priest's secular interests include German food and playing the trombone.
Sedition (si DISH un) n: treason, the incitement of public disorder or rebellion
Revolutions usually begin as a small band of seditious individuals plot to change the established order.
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