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- n. The property of being sacred.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or character of being sacred, in any sense.
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- n. the quality of being sacred
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We went to several which have large monasteries attached to them, with great untidy gardens, with ponds for sacred fish and sacred tortoises, and houses for sacred pigs, whose sacredness is shown by their monstrous obesity.
Which is whether or not there's a god, I believe there's something to the idea of sacredness and that the Sabbath can be sacred and rituals can be sacred.
So if anyone wants to join, the basic idea is, whether or not there is a God, there's something important and beautiful about the idea of sacredness, and that our rituals can be sacred.
Which is whether or not there's a God, I believe there's something to the idea of sacredness and that the Sabbath can be sacred and rituals can be sacred.
So that if Moses did not write those books, their sacredness is a myth.
In Ireland the idea of sacredness was carried out in another way.
I cannot tell you how I have blushed for the living, and kindled with resentment on behalf of the dead, when contemplating the merciless desecration of what may truly be called the sacredness of home, in some biographical notices.
Religion, he says, offers a strong motivation for involvement because of the idea of sacredness, the ethical constraints it imposes, and the motivation provided by extensive communities.
But my question is this, dood, was your marriage an exception to this "sacredness" test?
I've commented on this previously here, but to no avail in that there appears to be a certain "sacredness" attached to polling.