hallow

[ hal-oh ]SEE DEFINITION OF hallow

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HALLOW

In order to hallow God's name, we must not only hear but obey His Word.

She evidently has no classical associations to hallow her memory withal.'

Who will say of the verb to hallow that it is now even obsolescent?

As my wife I woo thee, and by every tie, and by every vow that can hallow and endear affection.

I must go,—I must do what I may to hallow my poor sister's grave.

The gentleman began to chat with her about Hallow Eve and the rainy weather.

Perhaps he was thinking of his early days, and of the mother who had taught him to hallow them.

When the hounds receive their reward after a hare-hunt he calls it the hallow.

The spirit was supposed to hallow the dance with his presence.

The earth is our workshop; we may not curse it, we must hallow it.

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