desecration[ des-i-kreyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF desecration
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DESECRATION
God's voice against the desecration of His image spoke in the soul.
My father's old place was at peace for a time, the desecration done with.
It would be a desecration for us to use a penny of his in our new life.
I have not voluntarily been guilty of any desecration of holy Names.'
Do you suppose I'm thinking of that, and not of the desecration, the outrage, the horror?
The thing she proposed was to him, as he had truly said, a desecration, a defilement.
Had the desecration of sans-culottisme proceeded so far as this?
It seems a desecration of you; but if there is no other way we will grant 'the powers' audience.
It was desecration that her name should be mentioned in that room.
It did not occur to her that any words of hers could be other than a desecration of those minutes.