sect

What is the difference between sect and nationality?

sect | nationality | Synonyms |

Sect is a synonym of nationality.


As nouns the difference between sect and nationality

is that sect is an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs while nationality is membership of a particular nation or state, by origin, birth, naturalization, ownership, allegiance or otherwise.

What is the difference between cult and sect?

cult | sect |

Cult is a see also of sect.


As nouns the difference between cult and sect

is that cult is (offensive|derogatory) a group of people with a religious, philosophical or cultural identity sometimes viewed as a sect, often existing on the margins of society or exploitative towards its members while sect is an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs.

As a adjective cult

is of, or relating to a cult.

What is the difference between sectarian and sect?

sectarian | sect |

Sectarian is a related term of sect.


As nouns the difference between sectarian and sect

is that sectarian is a member of a sect while sect is an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs.

As a adjective sectarian

is of, or relating to a sect.

What is the difference between scion and sect?

scion | sect |


As nouns the difference between scion and sect

is that scion is a descendant, especially a first-generation descendant while sect is an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs.

What is the difference between cutting and sect?

cutting | sect |


As nouns the difference between cutting and sect

is that cutting is (countable|uncountable) the action of the verb to cut while sect is an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs.

As a verb cutting

is (cut).

As a adjective cutting

is (not comparable) that is used for cutting.

What is the difference between ideal and sect?

ideal | sect |


As nouns the difference between ideal and sect

is that ideal is a perfect standard of beauty, intellect etc, or a standard of excellence to aim at while sect is an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs.

As a adjective ideal

is optimal; being the best possibility.

What is the difference between beliefs and sect?

beliefs | sect |


As nouns the difference between beliefs and sect

is that beliefs is (belief) while sect is an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs.

What is the difference between political and sect?

political | sect |


As nouns the difference between political and sect

is that political is a political agent or officer while sect is an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs.

As a adjective political

is concerning or relating to politics, the art and process of governing.

What is the difference between unorthodox and sect?

unorthodox | sect |


As a adjective unorthodox

is unusual, unconventional, or idiosyncratic.

As a noun sect is

an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs.

What is the difference between sect and religion?

sect | religion |

Sect is a see also of religion.


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between sect and religion

is that sect is (obsolete) a cutting; a scion while religion is (obsolete) faithfulness to a given principle; conscientiousness.

As nouns the difference between sect and religion

is that sect is an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs while religion is the belief in and worship of a supernatural controlling power, especially a personal god or gods.

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