hallowed

[ hal-ohd; in liturgical use often hal-oh-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF hallowed

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In this hallowed atmosphere I have been revived and refreshed.

If he could only keep the hope that had hallowed its sufferings.

From over the wall, the air reaches me laden with hallowed fragrance.

It would be deserted and it was hallowed for them both by sacred associations.

What to him the sanctity of the star which the Son of God has hallowed as his own emblem?

Under this tree have been sworn the most solemn of oaths, and the ground shaded by it is hallowed.

No wonder the spot should be to me the most hallowed on earth!

They are sweet at the moment, and hallowed by the ever-fresh joys of memory.

The morning of the Sabbath day—in dight Of many a hallowed strain it comes.

Hallowed shall be that day, In memory alway Most dear unto me;p.

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