sacred[ sey-krid ]SEE DEFINITION OF sacred
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SACRED
Maidens of the first families were selected to embroider the sacred peplus.
After they had withdrawn, no other footsteps approached the sacred place.
And the sacred "ordinance," with all other proprieties, was left in ruins that day.
It is only the true lover to whom the breathing form is as sacred as the breathless.
We are charged with the sacred duty of making their path as smooth and easy as we can.
She went about looking at things, curious, touching them softly as if they were sacred.
But that pupil had a better protection in the sacred ambition stirring in her.
It is a curious question why sacred song should so often be dull and commonplace.
Before the time of the Maccabees there was no canon of sacred books.
They knew very well that this was their Sacred Stone and that the priests had deceived them.