Definition of utilitarian:
- Of or pertaining to utilitarianism; supporting utilitarianism; as, the utilitarian view of morality; the Society.
- Of or pertaining to utility; consisting in utility; / iming at utility as distinguished from beauty, ornament, etc.; sometimes, reproachfully, evincing, or characterized by, a regard for utility of a lower kind, or marked by a sordid spirit; as, utilitarian narrowness; a utilitarian indifference to art.
- One who holds the doctrine of utilitarianism.
- applied (part of speech: adjective)
utilizable (part of speech: adjective)
- at hand,
- "The Approach to Philosophy", Ralph Barton Perry.
Although it may be held that every religion, no matter how dull and poor, presupposes a latent mysticism, because it supposes an Unknown beyond the reach of sense, there are religions very slightly mystical in fact- those of savages, strictly utilitarian; among barbarians, the martial cults of the Germans and the Aztecs; among civilized races, Rome and Greece.- "Essay on the Creative Imagination", Th. Ribot.
- "The Book of Gud", Dan Spain Harold Hersey.