- v. Simple past tense and past participle of desecrate.
- adj. treated with contempt
“And she, knowing that the shrine has been desecrated, is filled with righteous indignation, though generally as blind as he is to the true cause of what has occurred.”
“We have been annoyed at finding his lofty name desecrated to base uses.”
“There is nothing holy which is not desecrated, which is not degraded to a mean end among this people.”
“But to claim this blogger "desecrated" the photo is ridiculous.”
“And I'm supposed to care that a copy of the Koran was "desecrated”
“I'm sure "desecrated", if s/he is a real person, never made a joke that could hurt someone else's feelings.”
“Wouldn't the Damarian's be ticked that she "desecrated" their temple?”
“That's the thing being "desecrated" by the implicit legal smear that's painted on gay couples by these unconstitutional laws of exclusion.”
“Were they to taste it, the wits in the army wouldn't joke so about" desecrated" vegetables.”
“The legislature of Virginia and the governor of the State departed hurriedly on a canal-boat in the direction of Lynchburg, while every possible carriage or vehicle was pressed into service by the inhabitants, all frantic to get away before their city was "desecrated" by the presence of the Yankees.”
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