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Latitudinarian
la-də-t(y)oo-dn-ER-ee-ən
Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Latin, mid 17th century
1

Allowing latitude in religion; showing no preference among varying creeds and forms of worship.

Examples of Latitudinarian in a sentence

“Dan adopted a latitudinarian attitude so his children could seek out their own paths.”

“Some houses of worship embrace a modern, latitudinarian stance.”