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- adj. Not consecrated
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not consecrated: as, a temple unconsecrated; unconsecrated bread.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not holy because unconsecrated or impure or defiled
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And you know - and it's so interesting because it is, as I said in that little article of mine, it's the kind of unconsecrated marriage between Europe and Africa, jazz.
Several recent visitors to Greyfriars church, where Bobby is buried on a small patch of unconsecrated land outside the main entrance, were taken aback by Dr. Bondeson's theories.
Here was a downtown rebuilt almost like a Disney model city by the Sunni billionaire, powerbroker, and slain prime minister Rafik Hariri, flanked by the brand-new, still unconsecrated mosque where he was buried.
The report complimented the Santo family for the love and care they gave Audrey, but pointedly cautioned parishioners not to pray to the girl or worship the unconsecrated oil from the house.
I suspect that corruption of the sacred vessels by unconsecrated hands and Communion in the hand have let familiarity breed contempt.
Arendt died unconsecrated by a religious ceremony (her ashes are buried at Bard College, where Blücher taught), and the obituary in the New York Times tersely noted that she had “no religious affiliation.”
Saul is an example of one who chose an unconsecrated death.
When Bod was eight, Silas explained to him about Potter's Field, and the people that were buried in the unconsecrated ground.
The Church's enemies were jubilant that the cockade was attached to the Papal tiara, that the banners of popular government were waving over the Papal tombs, that the body of the exiled Pope had been buried in unconsecrated ground.
Any rules which abridges or denies this sacred principle of our democracy is cursed and unconsecrated and should be condemned by every American.