immolate[ im-uh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF immolate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMMOLATE
After sacrificing the greater animals, then we immolate the others.
They were about to immolate a turtle-dove, but the Princess saved its life, and let it fly.
Perhaps it was her destiny to immolate herself for duty to the end.
One among ms must immolate himself, study the malady, seek its cure.
The heads which they have sworn to immolate must be obtained at any cost.
What are the conventions, that you should immolate yourself and your child to them?
In the interests of science, I'm quite prepared to immolate myself.
Upon the stern altar of his fortunes he must immolate his first and enduring love.
Not even for that Divinity or Daemon for which we all immolate so much!
And after all, would it not be a folly to immolate oneself for a mass of rusted iron.