temporal (adj.)
secular, civil, worldly
H5 I.i.9 [Canterbury to Ely] all the temporal lands which men devout / By testament have given to the Church
H8 II.ii.71 [King Henry to Norfolk and Suffolk] Is this an hour for temporal affairs
H8 II.iii.13 [Anne to Old Lady, of pomp] though't be temporal
MM II.ii.155 [Isabella to Angelo] prayers ... / From fasting maids whose minds are dedicate / To nothing temporal
MV IV.i.187 [Portia as Balthasar to Shylock, of a king] His sceptre shows the force of temporal power
Tem I.ii.110 [Prospero to Miranda, of Alonso] Of temporal royalties / He thinks me now incapable