sacrifice

[ sak-ruh-fahys ]SEE DEFINITION OF sacrifice

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SACRIFICE

Wild, Quixotic notions of sacrifice flooded his mood of dejection.

It was easily done, and without any cost or sacrifice of principle.

It was his glory that he could sacrifice it at the call of duty.

We will negotiate for it, sacrifice for it; we will not surrender for it—now or ever.

It was a way of sacrifice; she was not even sure that it could be done.

And now he had determined to sacrifice this dearest of pets.

I marvel at the sense of duty, the resignation, the sacrifice.

Young Ried had no conception of the sacrifice for which he had asked.

No wonder Bassanio exaggerates his grief and the sacrifice he would be prepared to make.

I think I knew that, if he could, he meant to sacrifice our love to John and Milly.

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