consecrated

[ kon-si-kreyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF consecrated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSECRATED

Hence the hair of the deceased was consecrated to her, and her name invoked at funerals.

It stands upon a site which has been consecrated to the service of God for many centuries.

Before the end of the year the King was consecrated at Rheims.

There are some consecrated reputations which I wouldn't give a rap for.

To whom that basilica was consecrated Procopius does not say.

The orthodox recalled Paul; the Arians consecrated Macedonius.

I've got to go up to the store and get a can of that consecrated soup for supper.

The tunes and hymns which are to be consecrated for each festival have been already determined by us.

These they fixed and consecrated in their temples; and no artist or musician is allowed to deviate from them.

And how nobly since that he has, by the grace of Heaven, redeemed and consecrated his life.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONSECRATED

observed

adjectivecommemorated

ordained

adjectiveinvested into the ministry
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