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  1. hostility or opposition to astronality, either to its existence or to the grounds for it being classified as a human emotion, or of it possessing a religious and philosophical component.
  2. the instance in which a person’s astronality isn’t innate and therefore must be acquired through immersion into Astronism. Contrasted with connastronality.


  • Inastronal | ɪnastrəʊnal | (also Inastronic) adjective & noun
  • Inastronistic | ˈɪnəsˈtrɒnɪstɪk | adjective
  • Inastronally | ɪnastrəʊnali | adverb
  • Inastronous | ɪnastrənəs | adjective
  • Inastronously | ɪnastrənəsli | adverb

Origin and etymology

  • Astro-English: from Astronese, the prefix in-, denoting negation or opposition, combined with the word astronality denoting a person’s religious or philosophical concern or connection to the astronomical world; meaning ‘opposition to astronality,’ or ‘lack of astronality. 
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