profane[ pruh-feyn, proh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF profane
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It is not profane if I now say, 'with a great price obtained I this freedom.'
But he did not profane that scene by the mockery of his art.
How strikingly different is the course of profane and sacred history!
I worshipped the divinity, even while I attempted to profane the altar.
He would not have it supposed that only the profane or grossly wicked were in danger from the law. '
Its unpardonableness.nations, as of a passion atheistical, brutal, and profane.
The happenings of the next few minutes were noisy and profane.
He was rising but Judge Knowles barked a profane order for him to keep his seat.
To bid the mockers and them that dare—dare to profane this sanctuary be careful.
Had the Marquis expressed himself aloud he would have been profane.
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