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profaned

adjective as in defiled

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“I think that would be amazing,” said Kim Beede, the trustee who can also be heard pledging to mess with critics in a profane tirade.

The Lakers’ gambit left Clippers guard Patrick Beverley with no recourse but to deploy profane emoji on Twitter.

For them, this is not demolition but reclamation, cleansing the sanctuary that has been profaned by liberals.

And I have regarded my own holy name, which the house of Israel hath profaned among the nations to which they went in.

For thy holies are trodden down, and are profaned, and thy priests are in mourning, and are brought low.

I give this word its sacred and pathetic meaning, so profaned in France, where we apply it to our enemies.

The word has too often been profaned, and the sentiment too often a make-believe.

And thy name so often profaned, would that I never heard it repeated!

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On this page you'll find 199 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to profaned, such as: besmirched, cooked, desecrated, dirty, dishonored, and exposed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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