defilement[ dih-fahyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF defilement
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For, if there were a God, how could he let purity be clasped in the arms of defilement?
They were greatly afraid of defilement there, and would not come too close.
If she touched me she would have to bathe to get rid of the defilement.
And the whiter the soul that is dragged through that—that mire, the more the defilement.
The thing she proposed was to him, as he had truly said, a desecration, a defilement.
And so will all defilement of spirit in course of time show its power in the flesh.
Give the defilement over to the fire of His Holiness, the fire that consumes and purifies.
The perpetrator of the misdeed embarks on his career of defilement early.
He will not have our compliments if there is defilement behind them.
So we find that this man also has his disgust of defilement.