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The rout in the oil sector has been so swift and severe that once-sacrosanct corporate positions are being trimmed.

From Fortune

He’s well aware of how the coastal height limit is sacrosanct to many coastal residents.

The unit allowed advertisers to fashion their own content on Forbes’ property and faced vocal criticism from a journalism community that views the line between editorial and business as sacrosanct.

From Digiday

While the current home run record is certainly safe, others of the game’s most sacrosanct records could be in serious jeopardy this season.

China talks about its core interests all the time as if they’re sacrosanct.

Do you worry about glorifying war, even inadvertently, by depicting it as something sacrosanct?

In America, equality of opportunity is—in theory—sacrosanct.

You can debate which cost-of-living adjustment is more accurate, but there is nothing sacrosanct about any given metric.

Israeli and Palestinians both view their national identities as sacrosanct and more important than anything else.

For many Americans, nothing is more sacrosanct than the Internet.

For the man who would think or study there was only one way of life, to become sacrosanct in the direct service of God.

As diplomatic envoys are sacrosanct, the principle of their inviolability is generally recognised.

At the same time, while assigning the physician his post, Hippocrates would not let him regard that post as sacrosanct.

The sacrosanct status of the Great Survey is thus gravely modified.

If my view be adopted, we here detect noteworthy error in our great and sacrosanct record.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sacrosanct, such as: revered, venerated, blessed, consecrated, divine, and godly.

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