immolation

[ im-uh-ley-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF immolation

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Joan also watched the immolation, and she was a little angry at it.

The mystery of love, the immolation of the Holy Victim, was about to begin.

But if this immolation is necessary to your peace of mind, it shall be done—I owe it to you.

That of immolation, you answer, as typifying the grand offering.

But nobody behaving honestly is fit to be designated for immolation on my part.

But figures after all are an inane expression of such an immolation.

She emptied her blackened pieces into the flames, and motioned me to finish the immolation.

The Norse sources are full of tragic examples of immolation.

I offer you all the pleasures of life, and you call it immolation.

Moreover, it was believed that an immolation by fire would purify Carthage.

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